From a Loose-leaf notebook with handwritten notes on nutrition, foods, and recipes that belonged to Helen O’Shea Keleher.1918-1920 Oyster Soup Celery Roast turkey Mashed potatoes Crisp chicken Salted almond Cranberry jelly Onions with cream Chicken Pie Fruit Pudding Cream Sauce Mince and Apple pie Ice Cream Fruit, Nuts, Resins, Bon Bon, Fancy Cake Café Noir […]
Month: November 2020
El Paso County Historical Society Honors Four El Pasoans with Prestigious Award
El Paso—November 17, 2020—Four outstanding individuals have been selected for the El Paso County Historical Society’s 60th Annual Hall of Honor. This year’s honorees are Rick Francis, Maude Craig Sampson Williams, William J. Hooten, and Janice Woods Windle.
Honoring Leon Claire Metz 1930-2020
The El Paso County Historical Society would like to express our condolences to the family, friends, and many fans of Leon Claire Metz who passed away Sunday, November 15, 2020. Leon was a past-president of the Society and well-loved and respected, not only by the Society but in the community that he chose to make […]
Louise Dietrich : A Pioneer Nurse, El Paso Suffragist, Women’s Rights Leader
Louise Dietrich (1878-1962) was a pioneer in the nursing profession in Texas and a leader of the women’s suffrage movement in El Paso. She was a charter member of the El Paso Equal Franchise League (EPEFL) and served in several key leadership roles. Dietrich was a professional nurse, who was the founder of the Texas […]