The Arthur H. Levin papers comprise circa 80 linear feet of drawings, calculations and notes related to his work as a civil
engineer and sometimes contractor and architect in Los Angeles, between circa 1946 and circa 1989. The papers document the
structural design of commercial, industrial, and especially hillside dwellings in the Los Angeles area. Client ledgers provide
an index to the bulk of the drawings and papers, which are arranged by client name, and chronologically.
Arthur H. Levin was a registered civil engineer, licensed contractor, and became a registered architect in 1986. He was born
December 12, 1917 in Chicago, and received an engineering degree from Purdue University in 1939. According to the Purdue alumni
news, Levin "wrote the book on engineering for hillside houses." That book was
Hillside Building: Design and Construction, 1991.
60.0 Linear feet
(14 boxes, including 2 ledgers, 58 rolls)
Copyright has been transferred to the UC Regents.
Partially processed collection; open for use to qualified researchers.