The Schuyler N. Nolan Architectural Records digital collection includes nearly 100 residential and corporate landscape designs ranging from 1937 to 1976.
Schuyler N. Nolan (1894-1981) created numerous residential and corporate landscape designs throughout his career running his own landscape architecture firm in Indianapolis from 1937 until his retirement in 1976. He also designed reforestation plans for local parks and landscapes for churches, colleges, and cemeteries. Unfortunately a flood in his basement ruined most of the drawings from his lengthy career; however, plans for the fifty-six projects depicted in the Schuyler N. Nolan Architectural Records digital collection survived.
Drawings and Documents Archive, College of Architecture and Planning, Collection Guide