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O'Neal, William B., Professor
American, 1907 - 1994
Biography
William Bainter O'Neal was Professor Emeritus, Architectural History, School of Architecture, University of Virginia. He received a bachelor of architecture degree from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1930, attended Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1932-1934, and Oxford University in 1949. Mr. O'Neal was a member of the faculty, School of Architecture, University of Virginia, 1946-1972; Curator, University of Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1950-1959; Director, Programs Division, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1961-1962; Editor, the Publications, and the Papers, for the American Association of Architectural Bibliographers, 1954-1972; Founding Governor, American Association of Architectural Bibliographers; Founder of the Department of Architectural History, School of Architecture, University of Virginia. He was named a member of the Raven Society in 1971; Fellow, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, 1959. He was born August 21, 1907 in Zanesville, Ohio and died October 11, 1994 at the University of Virginia Medical Center. (Excerpted from obituary)
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