Written by Connie Zeigler

George Philip Meier was the most prominent fashion designer in Indianapolis in the early years of the 20th century. His wife Nellie Simmons Meier was a scientific palmist who consulted movie stars, artists, adventurers and at least one president. Their life together was filled with glamorous trips to Paris for months at a time. When they came home, it was to Tuckaway — their ornately decorated Indianapolis house that has lived on in legend many years after the deaths of its owners. The eighth issue of Commercial Article is Life By Design: The Meiers of Tuckaway.

40 pages in a full color,
saddle-stitched booklet with
centerfold. Illustrated with
dozens of images.