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Burns & James

From Bloomingpedia
Architecture and Design, Vol. 2 No. 5, June 1938

Burns & James was an Indianapolis architectural firm composed of Lee Burns and Edward D. James. Oral histories available at the Indiana Historical Society indicate the even though it was Burns who initially developed contacts in Bloomington, James was responsible for all of the design work done there. In 1949 Burns suffered a heart attack in the offices of Burns & James and was wheeled out on a stretcher. Upon recovery he established Edward D. James & Associates and Lee Burns started the firm of Burns & Burns with his son.

Bloomington projects attributable to Burns & James include:


References

Leible House - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Buskirk Residence - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Kappa Alpha Theta - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Lyons Office - - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Letsinger-Will House - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Delta Tau Delta - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01

Pi Beta Phi - Architecture and Design,Vol. 2 No. 5, Devoted to the works of Burns & James,1938-06-01