Password XVII, 1972

Password Volume XVII, Numbers 1-4 from 1972

Volume XVII, No. 1, Spring 1972

Letters Home: W.W. Mills Writes to His Family, Intro & notes by Eugene O. Porter
Doctors I Have Known by Anne Kemp White
Posadas and Pinatas by Frances Hatfield

Book Reviews

Mangan, El Paso in Pictures
Lee, 87 Paintings and Drawings by Tom Lee
Hinshaw and Lovelace, A Bibliography of Writings and Illustrations by Tom Lee
Eagleton, On the Last Frontier: A History of Upton County, Texas
Dickerson, A Typestick of Texas History
Jackson, True Witnesses

Volume XVII, No. 2. Summer 1972

The captivity and Suffering of Mrs. Jane Wilson by J.J. Bowden
Judge Sweeney Watches a Revolution by Joseph U. Sweeney, Into.e, ed., and Ann. by Mildred Torok
Heritage Homes of El Paso

Book Reviews

Rittenhouse, Maverick Tales, The Black Military Experience in The American West, ed. and ann. by John M.. Carroll
Ashford, Spanish Texas: Yesterday and Today
Bowden, Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in the Chihuahuan Acquisition
Milton, Fort Selden: May 1865-June 1891

Volume XVII, No. 3, Fall 1972

Art By and for the Bilingual by Jose Cisneros
Angrytown and its Beacon: A Reminiscence by Christ P. Fox
El Paso’s Municipal Airport: 1828-1936  , A Family of Firsts by Stacy C. Hinkle
Letters Home: W.W. Mills Writes to His Family (part Three of four parts)
Mount Cristo Rey by Catherine Eveler
Password Salutes Tom Lea by Helen Hicks

Book Reviews

McGaw, Savage Scene: The Life and Times of James Kirker
Gunter, The Big Thicket: A Challenge For Conservation
Bode, Elroy Bode’s Sketchbook II: Portrait in Nostalgia
Blake, Don Caliche’s Gardening Book: Especially for the Southwest

Volume XVII, No. 4, Winter 1972

Hall of Honor Address by Leon C. Metz
Tribute to Mrs. Olga Bernstein Kohlberg by Mrs. Charles A. Goetting
Tribute to Ambassador Joseph F. Friedkin by Charles H. Leavell
The Ranks of Death: A Medical History of the Conquest of America by Eugene O. Porter
A Grave Question by Robert N. Mullin
Some Healing Herbs of the Southwest by Elise W. Stevens
Letters Home: W.W. Mills Writes To His Family (part four of four parts)
Password Salutes Russell Waterhouse by Helen Hicks

Book Reviews

Walker, C.L. Sonnichsen: Grassroots Historian
Adams, Tom White: The Life of a Lawaman
Farrar, The Chinese in El Paso

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.