Our 60th Year Preserving and Promoting El Paso County History!
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Burges HouseOur headquarters located at 603 W. Yandell Drive in the Sunset Heights Historic District houses the Jane Burges-Perrenot Research Center and is the home of the Society.
The purpose of the society is to encourage and support research into the history of El Paso and the surrounding area.
Our hours of Operation at Burges House (603 W. Yandell St., El Paso, TX, 79902) are Mondays 9-1, Tuesdays 9-2, Thursdays 9-4 and Fridays from 9-1. Please feel free to call us at 915-533-3603 for more information.
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The Richard Burges Live Oak has been designated as a Famous Tree of Texas! El Paso's first Live Oak was planted in 1914.