The El Paso County Historical Society recently acquired a collection of New Mexico high school & university yearbooks. Included in the acquisition were some high school yearbooks of Mesilla resident, Verna Lowry, who was a member of the Las Cruces Union High School Class of 1942. Hidden gems are often to be found amongst archive materials, […]
Month: March 2016
The Pioneer Association of El Paso was formed in 1904 by men who had come to the city before 1900. Among its ranks were builders, merchants, traders, lawyers, farmers, miners and others who came west to make a new life or find their fortune. Some of the records of the Pioneer Association are housed at […]
Celebrate St. Patrick’s day El Paso style with some beers, hot dogs, and a presentation on the history of beer in El Paso! Join us at 6:30 p.m., March 17th, at the historic Burges House, 603 W. Yandell. The event is free, donations are welcomed. BYOB. Food will be served!
The El Paso County Historical Society has been publishing Password, a quarterly publication, since 1956. Password contains articles about El Paso and the surrounding area. Below is an index to those articles. -A- -B- -C- -D- -E- -F- -G- -H- -I- -J- -K- -L- -M- -N- -O- -P- -Q- -R- -S- -T- -U- -V- -W- […]