El Paso street at San Francisco street intersection, circa 1882 or 1883;View north of Central Hotel, Pioneer Plaza, Mundy Bros. Market, Pony Saloon, horse car, cattle at corner of San Francisco and El Paso streets
El Paso Street circa 1886. View south from San Francisco Street; 1883 Building, horse car tracks, Lightbody Dry goods, covered wagons and cattle.
Looking south on El Paso Street towards Mexico from Pioneer Plaza. Note no tracks down El Paso street, yet.
View of San Antonio street from El Paso street. January 1, 1882, El Paso National Bank on the corner Rio Grande Pharmacy next door and Harness and Boot Shop next to that.;2 story building on right side of photo. Caption reads: “View of San Antonio St. from El Paso Street January 1st, 1882 Llew H. Davis and mother in the middle of the group”
Early photo of Downtown El Paso. No date. Looking west up Mills Street, Pacific Hotel on left, St. Clements on right (on Mesa St.) Central Hotel in center, trolly tracks on Mills St.- photo taken from Hotel Pierson .
San Antonio Street, El Paso. Pictured is the State National Bank Building, Emerson & Berrien Co., Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., and a dentist office. Early photo. Actual Parker card
Sixteenth of September Street in downtown El Paso del Norte, Mexico (now Juarez) probably taken from the tower of the church looking east. 1882 .
Early photo of Downtown El Paso. View taken from old Hotel Pierson site looking west towards Sunset Heights. Shows the railroad tracks and Southern Pacific. Station. The Pacific Hotel is in left foreground .
Early photo of El Paso Street looking south. Horses and buggies line the street. Trolley on tracks. Remains of the old newspaper tree on right.
Looking southwest across San Jacinto Plaza and Mills street at the many church steeples and the City-County building. Across Mills Street from the Plaza is The Old Mexican Trading Co. and Dining Room. Circa 1895.
El Paso street about 1888, looking to Central Hotel.
A view of San Jacinto Plaza, the post office and Hotel Sheldon, Downtown El Paso, Texas.
Crowd on north side of Plaza, July 4, 1882. Note Southern Pacific Engine at left.
View from top of Federal Building looking northeast across San Jacinto Plaza, Orndorff hotel on right. Many buggies along street.
San Jacinto Plaza 1891 looking north east towards Mt. Franklin after a snow.