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Name: Donald Omar Dunn

Birth/Established: October 14, 1892   Death/Dissolved: June 17, 1932


Firm Affiliation: Dunn & Copper

  Donald O. Dunn was born in New York City and was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He settled in Cleveland in 1917, working with Hubbell & Benes from 1917 to 1919, with Franz Warner during 1919, and then Walker and Weeks from 1919 to 1926. While at Walker and Weeks he became junior partner where he was in charge of plans for Hathaway Brown School, the University School, Wesleyan College for Women. He went into a partnership with Monroe Copper in 1926 that lasted until the end of his life in 1932. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, the Frieze and Cornice Honorary Architectural Club, the University and Hermit Clubs. He lived in Shaker Heights. 


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