This large-scale, two-story construction is built with walls of limestone rubble and was open until the 1960s. Roofless, and still partially covered in stucco, its segmental-arched openings are framed by smooth bands of plaster offset by rough-textured panels recalling the Mexican border vernacular in Roma and Rio Grande City.
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