This collection consists of material relating to the Shaw family. The bulk of the collection was created by Hartley and Fern
Shaw, with additional material from Lucien Shaw and other Shaw family members.
Lucien Shaw was born on March 1, 1845, on a farm near Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana. Lucien Shaw was the 18th Chief Justice
of California and a prominent Republican politician in California during the early 20th century. Shaw served as judge on the
Superior Court of California from 1899 to 1902, and as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California from 1903 until
he was promoted to the position of Chief Justice in 1921. After Shaw retired from the court, he joined the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company’s Board of Directors.
837 items in 24 boxes and 1 folder
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