Password LVI, 2012

Password Volume LVI, Numbers 1-4 from 2012

Volume LVI, No. 1, Spring 2012

Aiming for the Skies Over Fort Bliss, The Arrival of the Antiaircraft, 1940 by John Hamilton
Charles K. Hamilton: A Bird Man Over the Pass by Esteban Vazquez
The Murder of Ernst Kohlberg by Mark Cioc-Ortega and Evelina Ortega
Reflections on My Grandfather, Ernst Kohlberg
Desegregation Memories by Nancy Hamilton
Remembering First National Bank

Volume LVI, No. 2, Summer 2012

Pioneer Association Biographies
Dr. Edward Alexander
John Atler
Joseph G. Beach
Captain Thomas J. Beall
Robert B. Bias
Judge Allen Blacker
Hon. William W. Bridgers
Julius Augustus Buckler
William Henry Burges
Parker Burnham
Robert Fulton Campbell
F.A. Clinton
James Henry Comstock
Alfred Courchesne
Lewellyn H. David
Judge John M. Dean
John Adam Dieter
Henry Arthur Donnelly
Pioneer John F. Dowling
Maurice C. Edwards
Homer Young Ellis
John W. Eubank
William Johnson Fewel
William W. Fink
Ignatius G. Gaal
James Hewitt
Adolf Hoffman
William Sherlock Huggett
Frank Eckley Hunter
Robert Marshal Keating
John Mitchell Kelly
C.C. Kiefer
James Marshal Kinne
Wilhelm Ernst Ulrich Krowse

Volume LVI, No. 3, Fall 2012

Pioneer Association Biographies
Joseph Magoffin
John A. Merril
Simon Mike
William Wallace Mills
Charles R. Morehead
William Moeller
Robert Paul Nash
Simeon Harrison Newman
George Parker
Joseph Leslie Philips
Noeys Rand
James Rand
James Redmon
William Rheinheimer
Lee Roberson
Samuel Schuts
Joseph Schwingle
Frank Scotten
William Edward Sharp
Frank Ball Simmons
H.T. Stacey
H.B. Stevens
Herbert Elmer Stevenson
John Sullivan
Joseph U. Sweeney
James Eli Terry
Randolph Terry
William Treyer
Walter Nathaniel Vilas
Nathan G. Weston
Captain James H. White
Zach T. White
Major George C. Wimberly

Volume LVI, No. 4, Winter 2012

Hall of Honor
Joe (Jose) M. Gomez
Mary A. Sarber
Julia North Breck
Dr. Alward McKeel White
“Think-Talk-Write Texas Centennial in 1936” by Abbie Weiser

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.