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William Pope Barney

architect.

William Pope Barney, American architect. Awarded Gold Medal of Honor in Architecture, Architectural League New York, 1929; winner competition for Philadelphia Housing; medal Paris Exposition; 1st mention Pan-American Exhibition, Monteivideo, Uruguay. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (past chairman nat. committee education), International Institute Arts and Letters; member Sandwich History Society (past president), Sigma Xi, Scarab.

Background

Barney, William Pope was born on October 15, 1890 in Columbus, Georgia, United States. Son of Charles Gorham and Francis (Pope) Barney.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Georgia Technology, 1911. Master of Sciences, University Pennsylvania, 1913. Woodman-Gilette fellow, study Europe, 1921.

Career

Trainee offices Paul P. Cret, Charles Z. Klauder, 1915-1922. With Davis Dunlap & Barney, 1923-1929, W. Pope Barney & Associate, 1929-1945. Consultant firm Barney, Banwell, Armentrout & Divvens.

Principle works colls., schools, chs. Visiting critic Pennsylvania State College Advisory board Princeton. Lieutenant colonel Air Force Reserve.

Works

  • Author: Architectural Highlights of Sandwich, New Hampshire, 1962. Contributor articles professional publications.

Membership

Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (past chairman nat. committee education), International Institute Arts and Letters. Member Sandwich History Society (past president), Sigma Xi, Scarab. Clubs: T Square (past president, past design patron), Lions.

Connections

Married Marian Greene, August 8, 1915.

father:
Charles Gorham Barney

mother:
Francis (Pope) Barney

spouse:
Marian Greene