Homer A. Halverson Collection, 1915-1977

Title: Homer A. Halverson Collection, 1915-1977
Extent: 1.04 Linear Feet
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Homer Halverson worked for the City of Los Angeles as an Engineer in the 1920s, on his family's orange grove in the San Fernando Valley, in the early 1930s, and as a structural draftsman in the US Army Corps of Engineers from the mid-1930s to his retirement in 1965. The Homer A. Halverson Collection documents water history and related infrastructure in the greater Los Angeles area in the early- to mid-20th century, especially the construction of containment and runoff systems within urban and suburban areas in the city. It consists primarily of photographs.
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Finding Aid with Box List
Series 1: Photographic Material, 1915-1961
Series 2: Personal Files, 1928-1977