Levi Tucker Scofield (originally Schofield) (1842–1917) was a prominent Cleveland, Ohio architect and sculptor, and a native of the city. He served in the American Civil War and designed many public buildings and several monuments during his career. He was a third generation Cleveland resident and the Scofield Building, which he designed, is named after him. His Cleveland home is also still in existence.
He had two sons, William Marshall Scofield (1868–1942) and Sherman Wright Scofield (1876–1942) who became members of his architectural firm. The Scofields were members of First Baptist Church and were buried in Lake View Cemetery.
- Schofield Building (Euclid Ninth Tower) (1902) 2000-2034 East 9th Street
- Cuyahoga County Soldiers and Sailors Monument (1894), at 1999 Ontario Street. Scofield worked on the Civil War monument for seven and a half years without compensation and contributed over $57,000 to its cost.
- Athens Lunatic Asylum, Athens, Ohio
- Asylum for the Insane, Columbus, Ohio
- North Carolina Penitentiary
- Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio
- Cleveland House of Corrections
- "These Are My Jewels", a Civil War Monument installed at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, and then moved to the grounds of the Ohio State Capitol
His firm designed five Cleveland Public Schools between 1869 and 1883. He was the first Cleveland architect taken into membership in the American Institute of Architects and was a friend and golfing partner of John D. Rockefeller.