The Salinas House, for a prominent ranching family, was built in several stages between 1894 and 1915. The original brick, one-story dwelling was highly modified in 1915 with the addition of a second floor with hipped roof and embellished with a full wraparound porch supported by classical columns, a sight unseen in Roma or San Ygnacio.
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Arcadio and Margarita Salinas House
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