Password XXIV, 1989

Password Volume XXXIV, Numbers 1-4 from 1989

Volume XXXIV, No. 1, Spring 1989

The Sport of Kings at the Pass of the North by Ray Sanchez
The El Paso County Historical Society Hall of Honor-1988
Tribute to Jeanie MacCallum Frank by Judge Morris A. Galatzan
Tribute to Thomas Jeremiah Beall by Tad Smith
Tribute to Millard George McKinney by James W. Ward
Lincoln Park school: A Brief History and a Fictional Memoir by Mary Bowling
The News at the Pass-Once Century Ago by Damon Garbern
A Postscript on “Apache Jack” Gordon by Wayne R. Austerman

Volume XXXIV, No. 2, Summer 1989

Letters to Jenny: A “Self-Portrait” of Benjamin franklin Coons by Myra McLarey
Courting Mother Earth: A brief History of the Sunset Heights Garden Club by Lea VAil
Street Names: An Index to the History and Personality of El Paso by Lurline H. Coltharp
The News at the Pass-One Centry Ago by Damon Garbern
Growing Up In Five Points by J. Harry Miskimins, M.D.
The Killing of Frank Singh by Art Leibson

Volume XXXIV, No. 3, Fall 1989

Lydia Patterson Institute: A Living Memorial by Clinton P. Harmann
William Michie Coldwell, Pioneer Lawyer and Civic Leader by Ida W. Coldwell
Extra! Extra World war II Hits the Streets of El Paso by Robert L. Reid
The Cemetery Trail: A tour of History and Tradition in the El Paso Valley by Marta Estrada
The News at the Pass-One Century Ago by Damon Garbern

Volume XXXIV, No. 4, Winter 1989

The Missourians and the Battle of Brazito, Christmas Day, 1846 by Phillip Thomas Tucker
Hall of Honor-1989
Tribute to Samuel L.A. Marshall by Lloyd L. Leech, Jr.
My Love Affair with the sun Carnival by William I. Latham
The Disappearance of the Heberer and the Lorius Couples by Art Leibson
The News at the Pass-One Century Ago by Damon Garbern
That Magic Land: A Kern Place Boyhood by David W. Tappan

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.