This photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, June 16, 1932, Friends Petition Shaw to Campaign, Shaw Urged to File for Re-Election, Petition Bearing Names of Second District Backers Handed to Supervisor, and appears with California Eagle article, June 24, 1932, Supervisor Frank L. Shaw Given Surprise Demonstration of Esteem
Mayor Frank Shaw, in suit and tie, holding flowers, Mrs. Cora Shaw, in knit suit, fox fur, and corsage, standing with group of about 7 women, most with flowers, including Peggy Hamilton Adams in light suit with wide satin collar, and man at left in Indian regalia
This photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, December 6, 1932, "New Governmental Group Effects Organization, County Given Set-Up Change, Supervisors Alter Course for Two of Departments, Whole Body to Direct Flood and Welfare Activities, Shaw Elected Chairman and Jessup Begins Duties"
Prince Kaya of Japan, center, with (front row l-r) Frank Shaw (Mayor of Los Angeles); Harry L. Harper (President of the Chamber of Commerce); (back row l-r) Col. Senichi Kushibuchi (aide to the Prince); and Tomokazu Hori (Japanese consul of Southern California) at a luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel hosted by the city and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. The flags of the United States and Japan are on the wall behind the group.
Photograph of Frank Shaw (mayor of Los Angeles), Florencio Avila Sanchez (representative of the Mexican Senate), James Davis (Chief of Police) and Ricardo Hill (Mexican Consul) meet in Shaw's office to discuss a radio broadcast by President Cardenas of Mexico.
Australian pilot Charles Kingsford Smith arrived in Los Angeles, with his navigator, Patrick Gordon Taylor on November 5, ending a journey from Brisbane. Taylor left Los Angeles on the night of the 6th. In a photograph in the Los Angeles Times, Taylor is seen wearing the same suit and necktie (5 Nov. 1934: 1). The banquet probably took place on the 5th.
Eleanor Roosevelt was traveling with her husband Franklin Roosevelt during his first trip to Los Angeles during his first visit to the city as President. Standing next to Eleanor Roosevelt is then Los Angeles Mayor Frank L. Shaw
Mayor of Los Angeles, Frank L. Shaw, receives a relative of President Franklin L. Roosevelt, Leila Roosevelt (a.k.a. Mrs. Armand Denis, center), on the steps of City Hall. Miss Roosevelt had just completed a trip around the world by motor, but had broken her arm during her arrival in San Francisco. Her companion and mechanic is Miss Edna Olmsted of Long Island, New York.
Trees are planted to honor Los Angeles's patron of music, and as part of a ceremony marking the end of a series of concerts by the Los Angeles Philharmonic as led by conductor Otto Klemperer. The trees planted were nine eugenia trees, planted in a semi-circle around the statue of Beethoven in Pershing Square, as a represtentation of his Ninth Symphony.Pictured from left to right are Klemperer, Mayor Shaw, and John Smallman, founder of the Smallman Oratorio Society.
View of the officials at the concrete inlet-outlet tower, 130 feet high, at the Bouquet Canyon Reservoir during the dedication ceremony when the water was first released to fill the reservoir. On the left Los Angeles Mayor Frank Shaw (probably) and H. A. Van Norman, Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Bureau of Water Works (probably) pull on ropes as the water gates rise. More than 50 persons attended the opening including William Mulholland; Henry L. Jacques, E. F. Scattergood; President Hugh J. McGuire of the Board of Public Works; Lloyd Aldrich, City Engineer; Water Power Commissioner Arthur J. Mullen; T. A. Panter; William W. Hurlbut and Mrs. Harriett Sunday of the Civil Service Commission; J. B. Lippincott, consulting engineer; and President William P. Whitsett of the Metropolitan Water District.