Password XX, 1975

Password Volume XX, Numbers 1-4 from 1975

Volume XX, No. 1. Spring 1975

Eugene O. Porter-1899-1975 by Conrey Bryson
Where is that Buried Treasure? by Robert N. Mullin
Memories of the Magoffin Homestead by Sister Josephine Lucker
Growth of the Mormon Church in El Paso by Ellen B. Whipple
Across Northern Mexico with Wislizenus Notes by Eugene O. Porter (last of four parts)

Book Reviews

Timmons, John F. Finerty Reports Porfirian Mexico, 1879
Timmons, Tadeo Ortiz, Mexican Colonizer and Reformer
Schwartz, Across the Rio to Freedom
Richeson, Lee Moor, Shirt Pocket Tycoon

Volume XX, No. 2. Summer 1975

An Introduction to Missions of the Paso del Norte Area by Rex E. Gerald
Bishop Salpointes’s visitation of 1877 by Francis J. Fox, S.J.
The Badge of Military Enfranchisement in Texas, Carrington vs Rash by Leon W. Blevins

Book Reviews

Adams, Methodism Comes to the Pass
Craig, Sunward I’ve Climbed
Walker, Death Was the Black Horse

Volume XX, No. 3, Fall 1975

The Kidnapping of Little Phil by Art Leibson
An Early Trip to Elephant Butte by Patrick Rand
My Love Affair with the Mesilla Times by Rex W. Strickland
Historical Notes…Give-A-Dam Jones Protests His Dog Tax

Book Reviews

Bode, Home and Other Moments
Mueller, Restless River

Volume XX, No. 4, Winter 1975

Hall of Honor Address: We Say “Thank You” by William I. Latham
Tribute to James Price Hague by Mrs. Charles A. Goetting
Tribute to Tom Lea byCharles H. Leavell
Response by Tom Lea
Shalam Revisited by Frances Seguilia

Historical Memories Contest

All is Well, by Mary Means Scott
Memories of San Elizario, by Amelia Montes
The Mistletoe Tree, by Herminia C. Gonzalez

Book Reviews

Davis: The Receiving Line was 11 Years Long
Parramore: The Parramore Sketches
White: A World Elsewhere

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.