This collection contains manuscripts by Clifford Park Baldwin, correspondence, hand-drawn maps, notes and photographs from
1934 to 1939.
Clifford Park Baldwin (1889-1961) was born in Cincinnati, OH on Feb. 14, 1889. Baldwin moved to southern California in 1911
and had homes in Montrose and Carlsbad. He studied painting locally with Jean Mannheim, Paul Lauritz, and George Demont Otis.
While on the staff of the Southwest Museum from 1933-41, he illustrated the books
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