Password XXVI, 1981

Password Volume XXVI, Numbers 1-4 from 1981

Volume XXVI, No. 1, Spring 1981

The El Paso Centennial Museum by Esther Thompson Cornell

Historical Memories Contest

The Sunset Heights Reading Club by Constance R. White
El Paso Documentary II: The Arrival of the Pueblo Revolt Refugees by W..H. Timmons
Viva!-Franciscan Refugees at Mescalero by Dorothy Emerson Yeager

Book Reviews

Englebrecht, Henry C. Trost, Architect of the Southwest
Sonnichsen, Pass of the North
Metz, City at the Pass
Jameson, Big Bend National Park
King, Of  Outlaws, Con Men, Whores, Politicians, and Other Artists

Volume XXVI, No. 2, Summer 1981

Haymon Krupp, Economic Adventurer in the Southwest by Floyd S. Fierman
El Paso Documentary III: Defending Spain’s Northern Frontier-The El Paso area by W.H. Timmons
Memories of the Past by Mrs. Fred Ludlow

Book Reviews

Essays on the Mexican Revolution, Wolfskil & Richmond
Rails at the Pass of the North, Leonard

Volume XXVI, No. 3, Fall 1981

Early El Paso Artists-1900-1940 (part 1)
Gorman Essay Contest
El Camino Real by Santiago Nieves
My Personal story of the ‘Pancho Villa’ Raid on Columbus, New Mexico, March 9, 1916 by Blanche R. Dorsey
El Paso Documentary IV: S.H. Newman of the Lone Star Editorializes on the Significance of the Coming of the Railroads to El Paso

Book Reviews

More Tales from Slim Ellison, Ellison
The Struggle for Sobriety, McCarty
Circuit Riders of the Big Bend, Smithers
Texas, the Lone Star State, Richardson, et al

Volume XXVI, No. 4, Winter 1981

1981 Hall of Honor President’s Address by Gertrude Goodman
Tribute to Henry Trost by Mary A. Sarber
Tribute to Abraham Chavez Jr. by Conrey Bryson
Early El Paso Artists-1900-1940 (part 2) by Carol Ann Price

Book Reviews

The Ambidextrous Historian, Sonnichsen

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.