The Joseph Williams residence, considered one of Trost & Trost’s most iconic residential designs, was erected in 1905 in a Pueblo/Mission Revival eclectic blend. The firm of Trost & Trost was very creative in its blends of the Spanish, Pueblo and Mission styles, creating a wide gamut of interesting, creative buildings, of which this is one of the most celebrated. The home stands today, recently restored, in excellent condition. For more information, please see https://www.facebook.com/TrostSociety/posts/2136713163113405
Old photograph is from the 1907 Trost & Trost advertising booklet, screenshot accessed at the UNT Digital Archives. Modern photographs are Google Earth Street Views accessed 04/29/2019.
— Mark Stone
Construction Date: Jan 1, 1905
Address: 323 West Rio Grande Avenue, El Paso, TX