Password XXI, 1976

Password Volume XXI, Numbers 1-4 from 1976

Volume XXI, No. 1. Spring 1976

Bicentennial El Paso edited by W.H. Timmons
Dr. William Martin Yandell by Janet Y. Brockmoller
The Dream-Elephant Butte Dam by Chris P. Fox

Historical Memories Contest

Before the Turn of the Century by Alma North Ferguson
The Lodge Burns Down in Cloudcroft by Bernice Brick

Book Reviews

Rusho and Crampton: Desert River Crossing
Dorothy Pierson Kerig: Luther T. Ellsworth
“Antiques”: Antiques in Texas

Volume XXI, No. 2. Summer 1976

Bi-Centennial El Paso edited by W.H. Timmons
The Saga of Maurice J. McKelligon, Pioneer by Chris P. Fox
Pat Garrett’s daughter and El Paso’s Song by Ruby Burns
Ben Dowell and Civil War Days by Nancy Hamilton

Historical Memories Contest

Those Were the Days by Harriot Howze Jones
Happenings of the Past, by C.N. Bolling

Book Reviews

Carroll: Custer in Texas
Faulk: The U.S. Camel Corps
Dils: Horny Toad Man

Volume XXI, No. 3, Fall 1976

Red Rock Canyon Cross by Dorothy Ward
Mi Jacalito by Frances Segulia
Bicentennial El Paso edited by W.H. Timmons

Historical Memories Contest

Beloved Mechanical Horses by Julia N. Breck
San Antonio Street as it Used to Be by Frances Clayton

Frank W. Gorman Memorial Essay Contest

Msgr. Henry Buchanan by John Francis Eveler
Showplace of the Southwest by Mark Juvrud

Book Reviews

Hamilton, Ben Dowell, El Paso’s First Mayor
Haley, Rough Times, Tough Fiber
Hardy, El Paso del Norte

Volume XXI, No. 4, Winter 1976

Hall of Honor Address: Bicentennial Pride by William I. Latham
Tribute to Mrs. Otto Norwald by Florence Cathcart Melby
Tribute to Fred Hervey by H.T. Etheridge, Jr.
Health For Sale by Chris P. Fox
Bicentennial El Paso edited by W.H. Timmons

Book Reviews

Smithers, Chronicles of the Big Bend
Metz, The Shooters

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.