Paul M. Levenson papers
Paul M. Levenson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University in 1940. He was an engineer with Platt Construction Company in Cambridge, Massachusetts for 17 years before and after serving in the Navy during World War II. Later, he became vice president of the Boston construction firm, J. Slotnick Company. In 1977, he retired from the Cambridge firm, Carol R. Johnson Associates. In addition, he was president and director of the Blue Hill Credit Union, board member of the Metropolitan Chapter of the Credit Union League of Massachusetts, president and board member of Temple Hillel B'nai Torah and Temple Beth Hillel, and held various offices in the "L" Street Swimming Club and the "L" Street Horseshoe Club of South Boston, Massachusetts.
- Levenson, Paul M., 1917-2001 (Person)
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- Finding aid for the Paul M. Levenson Papers
- Finding aid prepared by Deborah Lovett
- June 2000
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- Description is in English.