Greyhound Terminal Building architectural drawing, 1936

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Title

Greyhound Terminal Building architectural drawing, 1936

Description

Architectural drawing for the Greyhound bus terminal at 5th and Broadway in Louisville designed by W. S. Arrasmith. This was the first bus terminal the firm designed for Greyhound. Following its successful completion, the Wischmeyer, Arrasmith, & Elswick firm designed dozens more bus terminals for the company across the eastern United States. The Louisville terminal was designed in the Streamline Moderne style (an international style of Art Deco) and featured blue enamel panels on the north facade. It was completed in 1937 and demolished in 1970.

Creator

Arrasmith, William Strudwick, 1898-1965

Source

Filson Historical Society Manuscript Collection

Date

1936

Rights

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Type

Still image

Identifier

Arrasmith, William Strudwick, 1898-1965. Louisville Greyhound bus terminal architectural drawings, 1934-1942, Mss. AR A

Citation

Arrasmith, William Strudwick, 1898-1965, “Greyhound Terminal Building architectural drawing, 1936,” The Filson Historical Society , accessed January 31, 2023, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/4631.