Walter P. and Meck Allen House

This Tudor Revival House was built in 1928. The home was designed by Dallas architectural firm, Fooshee and Cheek. It was the home of city alderman and commissioner, Walter Peck Allen, and his wife, America Cartwright. Mr. Allen was instrumental in transitioning the city to a city manager form of government. A banker, Mr. Allen was an organizer and later president of American National Bank. He also helped ensure Terrell was one of the Royal Air Force training locations during WWII.