Burges House Present

We are Digitally Open!

Dear El Paso County Historical Society Members and Supporters:

We are pleased to announce that we are digitally open!

We welcome your research requests and questions via email and through Facebook.We will also be checking telephone messages regularly. Please be patient as we work in different ways to fulfill your requests. In addition, we remain active on social media and our website and will be offering digital content throughout the summer. Please search through our website and visit vwww.facebook.com/epchs to view some great images, articles, and exhibits!

Most importantly, however, we want to hear from you! What content would you like to see online? Let us know and we will work to post it.

As we make our way through this historic time, please know that we want to maintain contact with you. Although we would much rather meet you in person at the Burges House, for the safety of our volunteers and visitors we have reluctantly decided to remain closed until we are certain we can reopen safely.

As an independent non-profit since 1954, we depend on memberships and donations to preserve and make available to the public El Paso’s rich historic past. If you’re able to help us with this vital public service, please consider making a 100% tax deductible contribution today by clicking here.

So until we can meet again at the Burges House, we look forward to remaining a part of your lives in new and creative ways

The El Paso County Historical Society

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.