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Trisolini House

Main Building Image
Photo of Trisolini House at Ohio University
#49

Building Type:
Administrative

Campus Green:
North Green

Grid Map Square:
I-3

Current Use

Trisolini House is located in the North Green, coordinates H-3 on the campus map. It is marked as #49 on the map.

History

Built by James Bayard, the house was puchased by Ohio University from David H. and Stella Moore for $30,000 on June 29, 1927. Mr. Moore was a state senator from Athens and Trustee of Ohio University. The house was occupied by Presidents Bryan, James, and Baker. On April 20, 1974, it was dedicated to Anthony G. Trisolini.

Trisolini House used to house the Art Gallery (which is now in Baker University Center), the office of President Emeritus Charles J. Ping, the Charles J. Ping Institute for the Teaching of the Humanities and the office of the Cutler Scholars program.

Anthony G. Trisolini

Trisolini Gallery was named in honor of Anthony G. Trisolini, a faculty member at Ohio University for many years, chairman of the Department of Comparative Arts, and Dean of the College of Fine Arts. He was devoted to the arts and inspired others in both the practice and appreciation of the arts.

Location

48 E. Union St., Athens, OH 45701 (Directions)


The North Green

The North Green on Ohio University's Athens campus.

North Green has one residence hall, Voigt Hall. Notable buildings on this green include Hudson Health Center, Glidden Hall, Hudson Health Center and Schoonover Center.

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