Eighteen scrapbooks that relate to Harold S. Dobbs. Three scrapbooks related to his business interests (including drive-in
restaurants and bowling alleys); nine related to his career as a supervisor on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors (1951-1967),
and six related to his bids to be mayor of San Francisco in 1963, 1967, and 1971. The collection not only provides an interesting
political history of San Francisco and Dobbs, but also provides some interesting information on the political-related activities
which Harold's wife, Annette, undertook on his behalf.
Harold S. Dobbs was a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors (1951-1967) and ran for mayor of San Francisco in 1963,
1967, and 1971. Dobbs was also a lawyer, businessman, politician, and civic leader.
15 linear feet
(14 oversize boxes, 3 boxes)
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