Like many southwestern business buildings, this one blends Spanish Colonial Revival, Mission Revival, and Pueblo Revival styles, combining battered stucco walls and vigas with a bell niche, wrought iron trim, and a red tile roof. John Walter Ertel built this as a funeral parlor. It is well preserved on the exterior, although modified inside to keep up with advances in mortuary science.
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Ertel Funeral Home
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