Password IX, 1964

Password Volume IX, Numbers 1-4 from 1964

Volume IX, No. 1, Spring 1964

Reminiscences of Frieda Freudenthal Mahbir by Floyd S. Fierman
Southwestern Military Posts, 1849-1862 by Richard K. McMaster

Book Reviews

Strickland, Six Who Came to El Paso, by Marshall Hail
Charleton & Poe, The History of the National Guard of New Mexico, 1606-1963, by Richard K. McMaster
Broaddus, The Legal Heritage of El Paso, by Conrey Bryson

Volume IX, No. 2. Summer 1964

Los Pastores by G.A. Feather
From Austin to El Paso in 1873, A Saga of the Coldwell Family Edited by Eugene O. Porter
Waddy Thompson’s Mission to Mexico by M. Foster Farley

Book Reviews

Fugate, Frontier College: Texas Western at El Paso-The First Fifty Years, by John Middaugh
Fierman, The Siegelbergs of New Mexico: Merchants and Bankers, 1844-1893, by Mary Ellen B. Porter

Volume IX, No. 3, Fall 1964

The Founding of San Elizario by Eugen O. Porter
The Mexican Village-Then and Now by Leonard Cardenas, Jr.
El Paso’s Water Shortage Problem by Alvin Wallace Past
James Eli Terry, Pioneer El Pasoan by Nancy Jane Howell

Book Reviews

Richardson, The Frontier of Northwest Texas, 1846 to 1876: Advance and Defense by the Pioneer Settlers of the Cross Timbers and Prairies, by F.A. Ehmann
Woods, Ghost Towns and How to Get to Them, by Eugene O. Porter
Hertzog, The Gringo & The Greaser, by Eugen O. Porter

Volume IX, No. 4, Winter 1964

Hall of Honor Address: Vast Horizons by Conrey Bryson
Mrs. W.D. Howe by Frank H. Hunter
Allen Harrison Hughey by Clifford M. Irvin
San Elizario: A Century of History by Eugene O. Porter
An Incident of the Escobar Revolution by Milton L. Burleson

Book Reviews

Christian, The Navajo: A People in Transition, Eugene O. Porter
McNeely, The Railways of Mexico: A Study on Naturalization, by Rex E. Gerlad
Parrish, Coffins, Cactus and Cowboys: The Exciting story of El Paso, 1553 to the Present, by Mary Ellen B. Porter

Since 1954 the El Paso County Historical Society has been a driving force in the historic scene of El Paso. EPCHS strives to foster research into the history of the El Paso area; acquire and make available to the public historic materials; publish and encourage historical writing pertaining to the area; and to develop public consciousness of our rich heritage.