The Allin Brothers Field Books Collection (1887-1940) is part of the Field Books Collection, which comprises about 400 small
leather-bound notebooks, which contain field records of the Pasadena City Engineer. This supplements a smaller collection
of field books received earlier from the Public Works Department, which relate mostly to Pasadena's parks.
Brothers Thomas David Allin (1864-1942) and Charles Arthur Allin (1867-1940) founded the Allin Brothers civil engineering
firm, which was located in the Boston Building in Pasadena, California. The Allin Brothers civil engineering firm was responsible
for first laying out and building many of Pasadena's streets, sewers, parks, bridges, and other civic structures.
Use of the materials is governed by all applicable copyright law. The Pasadena Museum of History reserves the right to restrict
any materials from reproduction at any time. Property rights reside with the Pasadena Museum of History. Literary rights
are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. The Museum's physical ownership of the materials in its collection
does not imply ownership of copyright. It is the user's responibility to reslove any copyright issues related to the use
and distribution of reproduced materials. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Pasadena Museum of
Collection is open to the public for research. Use is restricted by rules intended to protect and preserve the materials
in good condition for the future. For additional information please contact the Pasadena Museum of History.