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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Montgomery Building is the last surviving false-front structure and the oldest existing business building in the City of El Paso, Texas. The Montgomery Building was built as the American El Paso, as opposed to a Mexican El Paso, underwent a great transformation from a dusty adobe village to a thriving city following the arrival of the railroad on May 13, 1881. The Southern Pacific Railroad had just arrived in El Paso and two other railroads were approaching the outskirts of the county. A great commercial building boom followed as lumber and brick structures, some two stories high, began replacing adobe ones.
EditorDelmar Thomas C. Stawart
Montgomery Building (El Paso, Texas)
Facade, El Paso, Texas, Lumber
Delmar Thomas C. Stawart
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