Password XXIV, 1979

Password Volume XXIV, Numbers 1-4 from 1979

Volume XXIV, No. 1, Spring 1979

Hall of Honor Address by Patrick Rand
Tribute To Robert Randolph Jones by Francis C. Broaddus, Jr.
Tribute To Dr. Edward William Rheinheimer by William I. Latham
El Paso: Mining Hub For Northern Mexico, 1880-1920 by James M. Day
Towns of El Paso County, 1898-1902

Historical Memories Contest

John L. O’Shea, Railroad Pioneer by Helen O. Keleher

Book Reviews

Cunningham: The Woman’s Club of El Paso-Its First Forty Years
Sonnichsen: From Hopalong to Hud
Esparza Marin: Historia de la Imprenta en Ciudad Juarez

Volume XXIV, No. 2, Summer 1979

The Mexican Revolution in the Ciudad Juarez-El Paso Area, 1910-1920 by Richard Estrada
Boy Scouts of an Earlier Day at El Paso by Robert N. Mullin
Fiasco on the Gila by Richard K. McMaster

Historical Memories Contest

The Memorable Years 1925-26 by Lovella S. Gary

Book Reviews

Smithers: Early Trail Drives in the Big Bend
Jones: Los Paisanos: Spanish Settlers on the Northern Frontier of New Spain

Volume XXIV, No. 3, Fall 1979

The Ysleta Riot of 1890 by Nancy Hamilton
Dear Old Times-Spring of 1880 by Karl R. Cook
How We Lived-Elehant Butte, New Mexico, 1911-1916 by E.R. Bowman

Historical Memories Contest

The Interurban by Ermine Peck Hourigan

Frank Gorman Memorial Essay Contes

The Casners of El Paso by Paula Dziukl

Book Reviews

Fontana: Tarahumara: Where Night is the Day of the Moon
Sheridan and Naylor: Raramuri: A Tarahumara Colonial Chronicle, 1607-1791
Kessel: Kiva, Cross and Crown
O’Neal: Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters

Volume XXIV, No. 4, Winter 1979

Hall of Honor Address-The Next 25 Years by E. Haywood Antone
Tribute to Thornton Hardie by Frank Feuille III
Tribute to Mrs. Willard W. Schuessler by Conrey Bryson
El Paso’s Texas Rangers by James M. Day
Girl’s Basketball Comes to El Paso by Edna Scotten Ferris
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Escobar Revolution by Chris P. Fox

Book Reviews

Beers, Spanish and Mexican Records of the American Southwest
Carr, Mimbres Mythology
Reps, Cities of the American West
Henderson, Mexican Exiles in the Border Lands

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.