After having worked on Trinity’s campus for nearly thirty years, in 1979 Ford’s firm, O’Neil Ford and Associates, completed the Elizabeth Coates Maddox Library. The university community dedicated the building and opened it for use on April 7 of that year. The library served as the capstone of the master building plan for Trinity’s Skyline Campus, and it brought together under one roof Trinity academic collections. Although it is now called the Elizabeth Huth Coates Library, the building’s exterior has changed very little since its completion thirty-three years ago. Dinh’s photograph shows how the library fits into its hillside setting and blends with the other buildings on campus.
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