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  • Ysleta Historic District Committee (YHDC) A collaboration of Ysleta ISD, District 19 Retired Teachers and the El Paso County Historical Commission A partner with the 2016 El Paso Preservation Month…

  • “Preservation 50: 1966-2016 Our Legacy Our Future.” Honoring the fiftieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. El Paso’s Preservation Month Schedule Celebrating Preservation on The Mission Trail May 2016…

  • An opportunity to learn about three downtown buildings that showcase adaptive reuse, sustainable building design, and historic preservation. Green Rides to Green Drinks was last modified: March 8th, 2017 by…

  • Texas Trost Society Preservation Month 2016Accessing State and Federal Historic Tax Credits and New Market Tax Credits for Development Projects El Paso Community Foundation Room 5:30 – 6:15 pm May…

  • Historical bar crawl featuring some of the best nightlife El Paso has to offer: Bowie Feathers, Gray Dog, The Speak Easy and Hotel Indigo. Package includes four signature drinks, appetizers,…

  • Join us as Dr. Max Grossman, Architectural Historian, leads the tour in the guise of Henry C. Trost! Past meets present as we visit local bars thriving in the Downtown…

  • Temple Mt. Sinai – will be one of most costly religious buildings in the southwest. El Paso Herald November 14, 1914 In January 1915, work began on the new Jewish…

  • A newly discovered Trost home in Kern Place at 1301 Madeline Drive! In 1917, the firm Trost & Trost drew plans for a home for R. D. Richey that was…

  • W.S. Hills Building, erected by Trost & Trost, 1926, 215-219 e. San Antonio Ave. We are pleased to announce that the W.S. Hills Building is under restoration! Designed by Trost…