The Abraam Krushkhov Collection documents Krushkhov’s achievements in local, national, and international levels of urban
planning. Materials (1933-1987) include speeches, writings, correspondence, education papers, and urban planning files relating
to numerous U.S. and international regions. The collection also describes his professional involvements with Daniel, Mann,
Johnson, & Mendenhall (DMJM), Archisystems, International Planning Associates, and various governmental planning agencies.
Some of Krushkhov’s teaching files, such as his tenure as a urban planning instructor at California State University Dominguez
Hills and other academic institutions, are included as well. The collection also includes photo slides relating to urban planning.
As a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Abraam Krushkhov (1917-1990) had over 38 years of professional
experience in providing city and regional planning services to both governmental agencies and private firms, many of which
involve the preparation of plans for planning commissions, services to federal governments, state and metropolitan area planning
bodies, county and city planning commissions, private land developers, and citizen advisory groups. He received his B.A. in
Architecture from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1950, and completed some graduate course work in Advanced Building Research,
where he worked studied under László Moholy-Nagy. He also served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to1946 (where he was known as
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