Password XXXII, 1987

Password Volume XXXII, Numbers 1-4 from 1987

Volume XXXII, No. 1, Spring 1987

Grutas at the Crossroads of the Spanish Southwest by John O. West
The El Paso County Historical Society Hall of Honor 1986
Tribute to Mrs. Guy Hallett Johnson by Hallett Mengel Luscombe
Tribute to Karl Otto Wyler by John Phelan
Captain Madison and “The Brigands” by Wayne R. Austerman
A Physician Describes El Paso
Far Out by Helen Gillett
Our Town-One Century Ago by Art Leibson

Volume XXXII, No. 2, Summer 1987

A Profile of Blacks in New Mexico on the Eve of Statehood by Monroe Billington
King of the Turtles by Leo N. Miletich
The Las Vegas Connection: Wilson Waddingham and the Mills family of New Mexico by Alice Gehring Miskimins
Our Town-One Century Ago by Art Leibson
Messages from “The Last Outpost”: The Letters of George W. Baines, Jr. introduced and edited by William I. Latham
Southwest cookery of Old by Frances H. Hatfield

Volume XXXII, No. 3, Fall 1987

The Great Line: The Literary Campaign of the Texas and Pacific Railyway and the Growth of El Paso County by Emilia Gay Griffith Means
Uproar in July: The 1944 El Paso County democratic Convention by J.F. Hulse
Scenic Drive: A Road With a View by Clinton P. Hartmann
Volleys from the Pulpits: El Paso’s Early Preachers Confront the Sin Business by Verdon R. Adams
Our Town-One Century Ago (July-September, 1887) by Art Leibson
Don Juan: John Humphris on the Rio Grande Frontier by May Humphris Gillett

Volume XXXII, No. 4, Fall 1987

Spy on the Border: Dr. Wolfgang Ebell by Nancy Hamilton
The Scope of El Paso: A History of the W.R. Weaver Company in El Paso, 1933-1984 by Ralph H. Hellums
Southwest Cookery of Old by Frances H. Hatfield
The search For Our “Parish Origins” by S.H. Bud Newman
Progress Report: A Letter From Dr. L.A. Nixon to the NAACP, 1952 introduced and edited by Conrey Bryson
Our Town-One Century Ago (October-December, 1887) by Art Leibson
They Called It…”Tornillo” by Frances Segulia
Anniversary of an Arrival: Samuel C. McVey of El Paso by Winifred McVey Middagh
And God Said, “Build Fences” by Mary Caldwell

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.