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Name Garvey, Robert

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Image of 2015.001.01862.1 -  East 3rd Avenue in Downtown San Mateo, 1961

2015.001.01862.1 - East 3rd Avenue in Downtown San Mateo, 1961

East 3rd Avenue in Downtown San Mateo, 1961. Black and white negative looks east down 3rd Avenue in San Mateo, California. The Benjamin Franklin Hotel appears on the right. There are signs for many different businesses, including Mac's Hofbrau, Layton Home Furnishings, Fitzgerald Furs, Peninsula Savings, Ross Properties Realtors, Organs and Pianos, Cartozian Dentistry and Lachmans. The first building on the right has a number of election signs for two local politicians, Robert Garvey and Al Wisner. There is a line of four cars driving on the left side of the image. On the right is a line of parked cars. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.03019.2 - San Mateo City Council, April 1962

2015.001.03019.2 - San Mateo City Council, April 1962

San Mateo City Council, April 1962. Black and white negative of the San Mateo City Council: (from left to right) C.S. West, Roy A. Archibald, Mayor Hugh A. Wayne, Robert C. Garvey, and A.J. Wisner. Part of a series

Image of 2017.054.002.2 - Untitled [Shirley Temple Black greeting San Mateo Councilman Robert Garvey with daughter Susan Black], October 25, 1967

2017.054.002.2 - Untitled [Shirley Temple Black greeting San Mateo Councilman Robert Garvey with daughter Susan Black], October 25, 1967

Untitled [Shirley Temple Black greeting San Mateo Councilman Robert Garvey with daughter Susan Black], October 25, 1967. Black and white photograph of Shirley Temple Black shaking hands with San Mateo Councilman Robert Garvey. She is standing to the right of her daughter Susan who is wearing a name tag that reads "SUSAN BLACK". All of them are wearing small little round pins that say "Shirley."