Activities & Events
Mayor Mott's Oakland
Oakland Public Library
A century ago, the people of Oakland elected Frank K. Mott as mayor to guide the city into a new century. With doctrines of the Progressive Movement, principles from the nascent science of urban planning and a large influx of population after San Francisco's disaster of 1906, Oakland's contemporary cityscape was formed.
The exhibit looks back over Mott's times and their lasting impact on Oakland and the entire region.
Ongoing through April 30, 2006
Library & History Room Hours:
Sun: 1-5 pm
Mon-Tue: 10 am - 5:30 pm
Wed - Thu: 12 noon - 8 pm
Fri: 12 noon - 5:30 pm
Sat: 10 am - 5:30 pm
For more inforation, call (510) 238-3222 or visit www.oaklandlibrary.org/Seasonal/Sections/oakhr.html
Oakland Main Library; 125 14th St., Second Floor; Oakland
As mayor of Oakland, Frank K. Mott coordinated the noble and extensive relief efforts conducted in urban Alameda County, and he guided the city's growth resulting in the influx brought by the disaster.
General public. Free event.
Kathleen Hirooka, (510) 238-6713