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Louis Curtiss was an early 20th-century architect based in Kansas City who had various designs transformed into homes and commercial buildings throughout the Midwest. A few of his designs became reality here in Texas: Tarrant County Courthouse (Ft. Worth), four depots for the Santa Fe Railway--two of which survive at Post and Snyder TX), and the Casa Ricardo hotel in Kingsville TX.

Here's an interesting blog about the Casa Ricardo and the urns which once graced the hotel grounds:


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