Henry C. Trost was the best-known architect based in El Paso in the early part of the twentieth century. He was the designer of the first four buildings on the present-day UTEP campus. An exhibit on the third floor of the Library through July 31 shows not only the Bhutanese-style buildings done for the Texas School of Mines, but other buildings Trost created. The buildings are located in El Paso, West Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Original Trost drawings loaned by the El Paso Public Library, the Trost family, and UTEP’s Heritage House enhance the exhibit. An example of a patented hotel door that Trost and a partner produced for the Hotel Cortez is among the artifacts included in the exhibit. The exhibit is free and open to the public during regular business hours. For more information, call the Special Collections Department at 747-5697.