Trinity Digital Collections
The Special Collections Department in the Coates Library serves as the Trinity University Archives, and includes approximately 15,000 photographs and 20,000 slides documenting the University's history from the 1870s to the 1990s. The historic images in the collection range in date throughout the University's first 100 years and …
Trinity's outstanding Drama Program has continued to preserve and collect images of theatrical productions from the last 50 years of its history. This online collection will be comprised of selected photographs from plays, musicals, and other performances, and will eventually include publicity related items and theatrical season …
The Claude and ZerNona Black Papers were acquired by the Coates Library in October 2011. The collection is approximately 100 cubic feet, and documents the civil rights, civic activism, and Baptist ministry of Reverend Claude William Black, Jr. (1916-2009) and his wife, ZerNona Stewart Black (1906-2005) in San Antonio, Texas. The …
Dr. Lewis was Trinity University's first tenured African American professor. He was named the founding Director of the Graduate Urban Studies Program at Trinity University in 1968. He served in that role from 1968 to 1973 and was appointed George W. Brackenridge Distinguished Professor Urban Studies in 1982, before retiring in 1990. …
Welcome to the digital collections of Trinity University, Coate's Library. This site provides digital accessibility to resources pertinent to the Trinity community.
Featured are selected photographs from Special Collections and Archives as well as images taken from Trinity's outstanding Drama Program.