Robert T. Archer born December 7, 1928
Thomas Archer, 55, with son Robert, 2, in 1930
Robert "Bob" Archer - 12 years old
Bob Archer - age 15 in 1942 at Kerman, California
lady, Bob Archer, 18, Leah Maude Archer, 60, Tom Archer, 70, in 1945 in Kerman, Fresno, California
January 10, 1954 Corene Hawsey and Robert T. Archer Wedding at Kerman Church of God.
Candlelight ceremony was performed by Rev. Irvin Shrout.
The bride carried an arrangement of orchids on a white Bible. Mrs. Kenneth Toner (Margie Hawsey), the bride's twin sister, was the matron of honor. Tomilea Radosevich was the bridesmaid. James L. Andreotti was the best man, and Raymond Foth and James Scharf were the ushers. Server hostesses were Mrs. Frank Roberson (Leila Archer) of Fresno, and Mrs. John Greggory Radosevich (Edna Archer) of Los Angeles.
Bob Archer,29, daughter Susan b. Oct 15, 1955, Tom Archer, 80, Leah b. Jan 15,1956, Greg Radosevich, 23.
The three siblings, Edna Archer Radosevich, Bob Archer, Leila Archer Hill Roberson, c. 1965
Robert T. Archer - Professional Photographer
Louis Thomas Archer and his son Robert Thomas Archer c.1958
Robert T. Archer's Brooks Institute Award-Winning Photograph of "Huckerton" c. 1961
Boston terrier "Spot" and "Huckerton" c. 1964
Robert Archer, known as "Bob" served in many offices of the Fresno Gem & Mineral Society, Vice President, Board Member, Tumbling Chairman, Field Trip Chairman, and others. Bob's business as photographer of weddings and reunions, as well as portraits for school year books, kept him very busy. Bob held a Ham Radio license (WD6GVA) and communicated with other Ham Radio operators during catastrophies across the U.S.A. and relaying the information to those who needed it. Woodworking was another of Bob's hobbies along with all the machinery needed for lapidary work.
"Gemco Fire" October 26, 1970 by Bob Archer.
It was chosen to be displayed at the 81st Professional Photographers Association Conference in Detroit, Michigan
Bob Archer was diagnosed with amayloidosis, with no cure, very late in his life. His life ended at home on August 11, 1992.