In 1912, Frank Caldwell was born in San Francisco into a family of artists and writers. Being raised with an artistic background, he was inspired to enter the arts himself. He studied art at the San Francisco School of Design, the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles and at Warren Rollins in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Through the course of his career, Caldwell had taught art at Los Angeles City College, was a United State Marine artist, and designed murals for the United States Maritime Commission. While living in Los Angeles, he became involved with the entertainment industry. He designed murals for the Pasadena Playhouse and other theaters, created art for NBC's opera series and for the Band of America and
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