Photo appears with the article by William Hamilton Cline, "This Most Decorated Man. Fourteen governments have placed medals of honor upon his breast. He is a simple private citizen. He's lived in Los Angeles for fifty years," Los Angeles Times, 28 Jan. 1934: H6.
Studio portrait photograph of Robert Skelton in a mat frame. Skelton appears to be an older man in a dotted tie, suit, and glasses. He died from stepping on the head of a shovel, when the handle ricocheted and struck him fatally on the head. Skelton was a Republican community leader and pioneering publisher. He was 72.