Password XXXIX, 1994

Password Volume XXXIX, Numbers 1-4 from 1994

Volume XXXIX, No. 1, Spring 1994

A Century of Growth: The El Paso Public Library, 1894-1994 by Mary A. Sarber
Hall of Honor 1993
Tribute to H.D. Slater by Tom King
Tribute to Florence Cathcart Melby by Helen Walker
Tribute to Richard C. White by Charles R. Schulte
Growing Up with El Paso in the the Late 19th Century by R. Noel Longuemare Sr. and Joanne D. Ivey Introduction by Lillian Collingwood
The Civil War Diary of Major Charles E. Wesche Introduction by Jerry D. Thompson

Volume XXXIX, No. 2, Summer 1994

Valley Vineyards: A Rich Historical Heritage by Herbert C. Morrow
Bumming a Ride on Mr. Eddy’s Railroad: A Spirited Exchange of Sociology and Academia: A History of the Sociology Department by Paul W. Goodman, Ph.D.
Shady Ladies: The Abbott-Clark Ruckus by Shirley Gillett Clement
How a “Catch-22” Blocked Law and Order in the West by Bob Cunningham
Lenore Dils: Personality at the Pass by Tulia Winton

Volume XXXIX, No. 3, Fall 1994

…Many Happy Returns…Salutes the Society’s 40th Anniversary with highlights from its past and present by Lillian Collingwood
The Hijas de Maria, examines the cultural significance of a girls’ religious organization once active in El Paso’s Lower Valley by Lois Sanford
A Movie Cowboy…Not!, tells what a real, not “reel,” Texas cowboy’s life was like by Pat Atkins
The Spirit of La Luz, recalls some history of this tiny New Mexico town and its determination to survive by David Townsend
A Muster of the Presidio of San Elizario, brings to light an old Spanish document that gives insight into the make-up of presidial troops by Rick Hendricks
Remembering My Dad, Conrey Bryson, by Maurice Bryson
Downtown El Paso by Conrey Bryson

Volume XXXIX, No. 4, Winter 1994

“Bold” Emory Runs the Border by Bob Cunningham
Massacre in the Organ Mountains by Rick Hendricks
World War II Historical Memories Contest
Antonio Trujillo: Constable of San Elizario by Bill Lockhart
Scenes of My Childhood by Leigh Osborn
One Hundred Years Ago by Damon Garbern

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.