Looking towards Montana Avenue from Rio Grande Street we see the back of the Turney home, a Neoclassical revival structure that was designed by Henry Charles Trost for William W. Turney and his family. It was completed in 1910 and is home to the International Museum of Art in El Paso.
El Paso Neighborhood-Turney Home
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