Robert C. Cleveland, noted architectural, interior design, and commercial photographer based in Pacific Palisades, California.
The collection contains items spanning his military and professional career including photographic prints, negatives, books,
book manuscripts, and publications featuring his work.
Robert Charles Cleveland was born on April 4, 1918 in Rochelle, Illinois to Orva Myrtle Cleveland and Ralph Charles Cleveland.
He attended Beloit College and was enlisted to the First Motion Picture Unit during World War II. As photographer for the
97th Bombardment (heavy) group, he photographed a tour through Italy and the Middle East.
38 document and journal boxes (19 linear feet)
4 oversize flat boxes
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