Password XVIII, 1973

Password Volume XVIII, Numbers 1-4 from 1973

Volume XVIII, No. 1, Spring 1973

“Mama De”: Tower Builder by Pierce and Orndorf, ed. by Collingwood
The Attempted Payroll Robbery by Eugene O. Porter
The Exchange by Chris P. Fox
Down the Chihuahua Trail with Wislizenus Intro. & Notes by Eugene O. Porter (part 1 of several parts)

Book Reviews

Brinckeroff, Metal Uniform Insignia of the Frontier U.S. Army 1846-1902
Glick, The Old World Background of the Irrigation System of San Antonio, Texas

Volume XVIII, No. 2. Summer 1973

The El Paso in the Early 1900’s by Nadine Hale Prestwood
Childhood Memories of Southern New Mexico by I.B. Goodman
Did General Pershing Falsify His Birthday? by Eugene O. Porter
Password Salutes Manuel Acosta

Book Reviews

Murray, Baylor at Independence
Honig, John Henry Brown Journalist 1820-1895

Volume XVIII, No. 3, Fall 1973

The Great Flood of 1897 by Eugene O. Porter
El Paso’s Delightful Green Grocer by Chris P. Fox
Shakespeare: The Drama of a Ghost Town by Stephen D. Harper
Down the Chihuahua Trail with Wislizenus Notes by Eugene O. Porter (part 3 of 4 parts)

History Writing Contest

The First Cobblestone House in El Paso by Joy Ferguson

Book Reviews

Frost, Blades and Barrels: Six Centuries of Combination Weapons
Kohlberg, Letters of Ernst Kohlberg 1875-77
Braddy, Pershing’s Mission in Mexico

Volume XVIII, No. 4, Winter 1973

Hall of Honor Address: Silent Voices From the Past are Knocking at Our Door by James J. Crook
Tribute to Juan Siquieros Hart by Dorrance D. Roderick
Tribute to Judson F. Williams by Conrey Bryson
Religion in Texas as Seen in the Pages of The Frontier Times by Imogene B. Dickey
Down the Chihuahua Trail with Wislizenus Notes by Eugene O. Porter (part four of four parts)

Book Reviews

Sonnichsen, The El Paso Salt War 1877
Grove, The Child Stealers
Skimin, Rob’s Guide to El Paso and Juarez

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