Enock Hill Turnock (born 1857) was an American architect, originally from
England. ... Enoch Hill Turnock designed many upscale residential homes, finer ...
In various sources Turnock's first name is spelled "Enos, " (Weaver); Enoch (New
... (B00134) Meanwhile, Abraham Weaver states that "Enos Hill Turnock" was ...
Architect, builder, or engineer: Turnock, Enoch Hill. Architectural Style: Classical
Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne. Area of Significance: Commerce, Architecture.
The district contains several examples of the work of Enoch Hill Turnock (1857-
1926), Elkhart's premier architect whose work often shows influences of the ...
Sep 15, 2016 ... These are some of the most peculiar and fascinating apartments in Lakeview.
Built in 1893, this Enoch Hill Turnock-designed building has ...
Apr 15, 2016 ... Built in 1910 by Albert and Elizabeth Beardsley, Ruthmere is a three-story Beaux
Arts mansion designed by architect Enoch Hill Turnock.
Designed by Enoch Hill Turnock, the building has been featured in movies such
as Child's Play, Running Scared and Hoodlum. The Romanesque-Revival ...
Avenue by Enoch Hill Turnock, and completed in 1893. The Shore Crest
Apartment Hotel (originally the Wrightwood Hotel) stands directly behind the row
Oct 29, 2013 ... It was designed by Enoch Hill Turnock in 1893, and originally named the Lincoln
Park Palace. The Open House website described the building ...
1893, Enoch Hill Turnock 1972, renovation, Mieki Hayano It looks like a brooding
high-rise armory from the outside, but beg your way indoors...