The Pierre and Wright Architectural Records digital collection consists of drawings, photographs, 3-D models, and ephemera from the architecture firms of Edward D. Pierre, the Pierre and Wright Partnership, and Edward D. Pierre and Associates, ranging from 1920 to 1960. Edward D. Pierre and George Caleb Wright were responsible for designing many well-known buildings throughout Indianapolis and the state of Indiana, including Bush Stadium, Old Trails Building, the Indiana State Library, as well as numerous houses, restaurants, post offices, apartments, schools and fire stations.
Items in the Pierre and Wright Architectural Records collection depict the wide range of styles popular in the early to mid 20th century, including Art Deco, Art Moderne, Tudor and Colonial Revivals, Modern, and Ranch styles. This digital collection includes images of the drawings, plans, models, and photographs.
Drawings and Documents Archive, College of Architecure and Planning, Collection Guide