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As part of the 1990s campus improvements, the landscape was redesigned into a system of paved paths embellished with seating areas, garden and signage, and the 1910s Tudor Revival-style mansion of the original Moss estate was renovated to house Executive Offices and the departments of Alumni Relations and Development, and Communications and Design. PCOM dedicated the mansion as the Levin Administrative Building on May 2, 1998, to commemorate the Levin family's long and enduring association with the College (Drs. Abraham N. Levin (1935), Samuel Levin (1935), Jacob Levin (1936) and Joel L. Levin (1969)).


portrait, Abraham Levin