Richard C. Miller (1912-2010) is known for his photographs of Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, and other Hollywood celebrities.
Miller also documented the construction of the Los Angeles freeways from the 1930s through the 1950s. The Richard C. Miller
photographs at USC document a variety of topics, including the construction of Los Angeles freeways, buildings in various
parts of Los Angeles, portraits of both well-known and unidentified people, street scenes, self portraits and Miller family
portraits, and coastal landscapes. Photographs in the collection include both prints and negatives and range in dates between
approximately 1930 through 1953. The collection also includes a set of 16 x 20 inch prints of some of Miller's Los Angeles
freeway photographs, printed and signed in 2009.
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