Kevin White was Boston’s longest-serving mayor from 1968 until 1984. Among his many accomplishments, he renovated the historic buildings around Quincy Market. In appreciation, this ten foot bronze statue by Pablo Eduardo was erected in front of Faneuil Hall in 2006. White is well remembered by British Invasion fans. In 1972, he bailed Mick Jagger and Keith Richards out of jail so the Rolling Stones could perform in Boston Garden.