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The ICAA and the San Antonio House Registry will present a rare tour of one of the city's most unique homes designed by R.H.H. Hugman, architect of the River Walk. The Turner Residence was designed while Hugman simultaneously worked on the beautification of the river. This home is one of the best examples of Spanish Colonial Revival in the city, incorporating elements of monumental simplicity; the highlight of which is the domed room copied after the great mission church of San Xavier del Bac.

The evening events will include drinks, refreshments, and self-guided tour through the home, as well as a lecture by Dr. Maggie Valentine, author of John H. Kampmann, Master Builder - San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century. Dr. Valentine is currently writing the biography of R.H.H. Hugman.

The ICAA and the San Antonio House Registry will present a rare tour of one of the city's most unique homes designed by R.H.H. Hugman, architect of the River Walk. The Turner Residence was designed while Hugman simultaneously worked on the beautification of the river. This home is one of the best examples of Spanish Colonial Revival in the city, incorporating elements of monumental simplicity; the highlight of which is the domed room copied after the great mission church of San Xavier del Bac.

The evening events will include drinks, refreshments, and self-guided tour through the home, as well as a lecture by Dr. Maggie Valentine, author of John H. Kampmann, Master Builder - San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century. Dr. Valentine is currently writing the biography of R.H.H. Hugman.

The ICAA and the San Antonio House Registry will present a rare tour of one of the city's most unique homes designed by R.H.H. Hugman, architect of the River Walk. The Turner Residence was designed while Hugman simultaneously worked on the beautification of the river. This home is one of the best examples of Spanish Colonial Revival in the city, incorporating elements of monumental simplicity; the highlight of which is the domed room copied after the great mission church of San Xavier del Bac.

The evening events will include drinks, refreshments, and self-guided tour through the home, as well as a lecture by Dr. Maggie Valentine, author of John H. Kampmann, Master Builder - San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century. Dr. Valentine is currently writing the biography of R.H.H. Hugman.

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The Turner Residence
214 Parkhill Dr.
Olmos Park, TX 78212
https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eggm6jgb528fb376&oseq=&c=&ch=

TICKET INFO

$20 for ICAA members; $40 for non-members.
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