Emily Fowler Public Library

502 Oakland St
Denton, TX  76201

Sunday 1–5PM
Monday 9AM–6PM
Tuesday 9AM–9PM
Wednesday 9AM–6PM
Thursday 9AM–9PM
Friday 9AM–6PM
Saturday 9AM–6PM


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O'Neil Ford Emily Fowler Public Library

The core of the Emily Fowler Public Library was designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick and completed in 1949. The first major addition to this building was designed by Ford in 1969. To accommodate Ford’s plans for the library, Oakland Street was relocated to its present position. In 1980, Ford’s firm designed an addition to the library, which includes the atrium garden area. One feature of note is the stacked tile wall in front of the building. On permanent exhibit in the new section of the library is a wall display of chip-carvings by Lynn Ford from the collection of Authella Ford Hersh.

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