Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Library
|Location||University Park, Los Angeles|
|Branch of||University of Southern California Libraries|
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The library, completed in the mid-1990s, reflected a shift to designs closer to earlier Romanesque Revival architecture. It was named in honor of Thomas E. Leavey, the founder of Farmers Insurance Group, and his wife, Dorothy Leavey. The donation was made through their Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation in 1994.
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