Password XL, 1995

Password Volume XL, Numbers 1-4 from 1995

Volume XL, No. 1, Spring 1995

Concordia Cemetery by Patrick Rand
B’Nai Zion Cemetery by Hymer E. Rosen
Hall of Honor
Tribute to Juana Azcarate de Stephenson by Susan B. Mayfield
Tribute to William Michie Coldwell by Colbert Coldwell
Tribute to Eliseo H. (E.H. Baeza by Donald S. Henderson
Cordova Island by Pete G. Flores
The Winning Ways of Francis Fugate by Lillian Collingwood

Volume XL, No. 2, Summer 1995

The ETO and the Second Ward by David Chavez
Memories of El Paso During World War II by Rosa Guerrero
The Red Cross in Early El Paso by Eddie Lou Miller
El Paso Courthouses: Past and Present by Herb Marsh Jr. and Robert Dinsmoor
Liberty Hall: A Personal Memoir by Arnalda Coppenbarger
My Dearie by Judith Ann Hevner
One Hundred Years Ago, The El Paso Herald

Volume XL, No. 3, Fall 1995

The U.S. Military Occupation of El Paso del Norte by Thomas D. Gilbert
The Garcias-Father and Son-of San Elizario by Bill Lockhart

The Home Front: WWII Memories

San Jacinto Plaza by George Saucier
Life in the Barrio by Alicia Gonzales
Poofs of white Smoke by Elisa Martinez
Memories of world war II by Ysidro Cervantes

Recollected Images: Football, San Eli Style by Sam Sanchez Sr
Dichos from the Lower Valley by marta Estrada

Volume XL, No. 4, Winter 1995

Old Mount Franklin by Tom Lea
Tom Lea, An Artist in Any Medium by Conrey Bryson
Christmas at Fort Davis by Lucy Miller Jacobson
The Incorporations of San Elizario by Bill Lockhart
A Hero’s Fleeting Moment in History Robert W. Sternaman
A Photo Captures Holiday Rush in El Paso, circa 1940
Fields of Endeavor by R. Noel Longuemare Sr with Joanne D. Ivey Introduction by Lillian Collingwood
A Fake Fox Hunt on the Border in 1909

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.