The Kistner, Wright & Wright drawings of the Betsy Ross School Extended Day Care Center addition spans 3 linear feet and dates
from 1963. The collection is composed of 16 architectural drawings in the form of blueprints. Drawings include: a sheet index,
plot and grading plan, floor plan, exterior elevations, sections and exterior details, interior elevations and details, door
and window schedules, foundation plan and sections, roof framing plan, plumbing and heating plans, and electrical plans.
Kistner, Wright & Wright was an architectural firm located in San Diego, California. The partnership consisted of the following
architects: Theodore C. Kistner, Henry Lyman Wright, and William Theodore Wright. The firm was founded in circa 1952 and dissolved
in 1973, when Theodore C. Kistner died. The firm’s better known projects include: the Cerritos College Gymnasium building
(Cerritos, California) and the Norwalk County building (Norwalk, California).