The Wyth, Blaine and Olson presentation drawing of the Arlington Hotel spans 1.5 linear feet and dates from 1926. The collection
is composed of a single elevation drawing of the view of the hotel from Sola Street.
Wythe, Blaine and Olson was an architectural firm based in Oakland, California that practiced during the 1920s. The firm Wythe,
Blaine and Olson were probably hired to remodel the Arlington Hotel in Santa Barbara, California after an earthquake in 1925
caused part of the hotel to collapse.