Password XV, 1970

Password Volume XV, Numbers 1-4 from 1970

Volume XV, No. 1, Spring 1970

Boyhood in Early El Paso-1903 by Bryan W. Brown
The Defeat of Major I. Lynde, U.S.A. by Kenneth A. Goldblatt
A History of the El Paso Water Works by Knud Howard Salveson

Book Reviews

Green, Ely, Too Black, Too White, by Robert M. Esch
Weaver and Bergeron, eds., Correspondence of James K. Polk: 1817-1832, by Eugen O. Porter
Hadlock, My Life in the Southwest, by James A. Mills
Porter, Lord Beresford and Lady Flo, by Bud Newman

Volume XV, No. 2. Summer 1970

An Historic Center at the Pass of the North: An Appeal by Chris P. Fox
An Artilleryman in Mexico-1916 Edited by Richard K. McMaster

History Writing Contest

Violent days in Old El Paso

Book Reviews

Dittmer, The Reverend Uncle Bert: A Biography, by James M. Day
Webb, ed. by Blarksdale, History as High Adventure, by Eugene O. Porter
Raht, Reveries of a Fiddlefoot, by Bud Newman

Volume XV, No. 3, Fall 1970

Richard Fenner Burges and the Carlsbad Caverns by Barbara Hooten Luckett
Sundown in West Texas by Eugene O. Porter
The fate of Longstreet’s Guide by Lee Myers
William Nelson Fink: Mining Engineer by Dorothy Fink Merrill

Book Reviews

Hinkle, Wings Over the Border, by James A. Mills
Timmons, Morelos of Mexico, by Salvador A. Sandoval
Goddard & Dobie, Ralph Ogden and the Seven Mustangs, by Mary Ellen B. Porter
Berger, Baptist Journalism in Nineteenth-Century Texas, by Eugene O Porter
Davis, James Stephen Hogg: The Short Step from Printer to Editor, by Eugene O. Porter

Volume XV, No. 4, Winter 1970

Hall of Honor Address: Past, (Present) and Future
Tribute to Haymon Krupp
Tribute to Eugene O. Porter
An Item From Old Mesilla by Robert N. Mullin
The Hot Wells Site: The Extension of Mogollon Culture Into El Paso County by Robert P. Cruey

Book Reviews

Neal, The Lodge: 1899-1969, by James A. Mills
Davenport, The Myth of Southern History: Historical Consciousness In Twentieth-Century Southern Literature, by Eugene O. Porter
King, Joseph Stephen Cullinan: A Study of Leadership in the Texas Petroleum Industry, 1897-1937, by Jame M. Day
Stevenson, Music In El Paso 1919-1939, by O.E. Eidbo

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.