Password XIV, 1969

Password Volume XIV, Numbers 1-4 from 1969

Volume XIV, No. 1, Spring 1969

Pancho Villa’s Capitulation: An Inside Look by Haldeen Braddy
The Las Cruces Thirty-Four Answers “The School Question: by S.H. Newman IIII
The Altar Bell of La Trinidad by Richard T. Copenbarger
The Man For Whom Ciudad Juarez Was Named by Mary Ellen B. Porter

Book Reviews

Sonnichsen, Pass of the North: Four Centuries on the Rio Grande, by Kenneth A. Goldblatt
Whisenhunt, Fort Richardson: Outpost on the Texas Frontier, by Eugene O. Porter

Volume XIV, No. 2. Summer 1969

A Movie Is Made in El Paso by Harriot Howze Jones
A Civilian with Pershing in Mexico by Don L. Brittain
The Smith-Flahrity Fight Notes by Eugen O. Porter

Book Reviews

Metz, Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso Marshal, by S.H. Newman
McWilliams, North From Mexico, by Eugene O. Porter
Cotner, ed., The Texas State Capitol, by Leon Metz

Volume XIV, No. 3, Fall 1969

The Last Conducta of the Tarahumara by Richard T. Copenbarger
The Bowman Bank Robbery by Jack F. Findlay
Reflections on The El Paso Military Institute by I.B. Goodman
Weightman’s Battery by Richard K. McMasters

History-Writing Contest

A Man Without A Country by Kathy Chambers

Book Reviews

Clarke, David G. Burnet, by Mary Ellen B. Porter
Walker, Colossal Hamilton of Texas, by Lillian Collingwood
Reschenthaler, Postwar Readjustment in El Paso-1945-1950, by S.H. Newman

Volume XIV, No. 4, Winter 1969

Hall of Honor Address: The Heritage of Greatness by Fred W. Bailey
Tribute to James A. Smith by Robert B. Price, Jr.
Tribute to J. Carl Hertzog by Mrs. W.W. Schuessler
Ambush in Quitman Canyon by Kenneth A. Goldblatt
A Tale of Two Cities by I.B. Goodman

Book Reviews

Gard et al, Along the Early Trails of the Southwest, by Mary Ellen B. Porter
Bowden, The Ponce De Leon Grant, by James A. Mills
Wallace, Water Out of the Desert, by Robert M Esch
Baldwin, ed., Southwest Mosaics, by Lenore Dils and Jessie Petersen

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.