Antelope Creek houses, as envisioned by Floyd Studer in this undated pencil drawing, closely resembled Pueblo architecture. While the lower wall and exterior details were based on archeological evidence, high adobe and rock walls, the flat roof, and the roof-top entrance were entirely conjectural. Studer went to considerable lengths to reinforce his notion of the "Pueblo Culture of the Texas Panhandle." Courtesy of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon. (Color added.)
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