The Clarence Cullimore Architectural History Archive contains the papers of both Clarence Cullimore senior and junior. This
collection spans approximately forty-six linear feet and included architectural renderings, blue prints, photostats, books,
manuscripts, printing plates, watercolors, glass negatives, sketches, tracings, specifications, pay stubs, correspondence,
photographs, post cards, and other various items.
Clarence Cullimore, Sr. was born in Jacksonville, Illinois October 20, 1886. After graduating from Belmont Military Academy in 1905, he pursued a
B.S. in Architecture at the University of California where he granduated in 1910. He obtained his Master of Architecture in
1942 from the University of Southern California. He entered the Army in 1917 in Company F, 361 Infantry commissioned as a
Collection open for research, however, there are portions of this collection that have not yet been processed. Contact the
archivist for more details.