El Campo's “painted lady” is the brilliantly colored former J. B. Holloway House, an exuberant, two-story house especially noted for the decorative curved framing members on its L-plan front gallery. Opposite at 312 Depot Street is the First Presbyterian Church of 1950 by native son C. A. Johnson.
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J. B. Holloway House
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