Bradley, Tom, 1917-1998
American politician, the first African American mayor of a predominantly white city, who served an unprecedented five terms as mayor of Los Angeles (1973–93).
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- California Ephemera Collection, 1860- (Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections)
- Rosa Parks Papers (Library of Congress)
- [Bishop Brookins (left), Mayor Tom Bradley, Ethel Bradley, Rosa Parks, Frances Hooks, Benjamin Hooks, and Jack Valenti, during Bradley's Spingarn award ceremony, Los Angeles, California, 1985] [graphic]. (Portrait photographs1980-1990.gmgpc)
- [Rosa Parks with Los Angeles Mayor, Tom Bradley, his wife Ethel Bradley (far left) and Congresswoman Maxine Waters (far right) at the Black Women's Forum salute to Parks, Los Angeles, California, 1989] [graphic]. (Photographic prints1980-1990.gmgpc)
- [Trumpet Awards honorees Tom Bradley, Gordon Parks (third from left), Maya Angelou (right) and others, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994] [graphic]. (Photographic printsColor1990-2000.gmgpc)