O’Neil Ford, Architect


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Volume 1. Sara and John Lindsey Series in the Arts and Humanities. Hardcover with dust jacket. Published by Texas A&M University Press, 1992. First edition. By Mary Carolyn Hollers George.

Himself designated a National Historical Landmark by the National Council on the Arts, O’Neil Ford with his associates designed some of the most famous architectural landmarks in Texas and elsewhere in the nation: the Texas Instruments Semiconductor Building in Dallas, the Little Chapel in the Woods at Texas Woman’s University, campuses of the University of Texas at San Antonio, Skidmore College in New York, and Trinity University, San Antonio. The list of credits goes on and on for this remarkable architect who brought an indigenous Southwestern flair to homes, public buildings, and businesses.


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