1/20 Judy R. Alvarado - El Paso,Texas 1977
2/20 Gloria Lopez Alvarado - 1945
3/20 Jennifer L. Alvarado - El Paso, Texas - 2005
4/20 Antonio Alvarado Sr. - 1900 - 1910 - El Paso, Texas
5/20 Emelia Barron - 1940
6/20 Caspar Barron - 1910
7/20 Tony (Azul) Alvarado Jr. - 1954
8/20 Gloria Lopez Alvarado
9/20 Simon B. Alvarado
10/20 Tony Alvarado III - 1969 - El Paso, Texas
11/20 Cathedral High School - 1978
12/20 Roger Alvarado - 1974
13/20 Gloria Lopez Alavardo
14/20 Gloria Lopez Alavardo
15/20 Franklin Elementary School
16/20 Street Corner - 1954
18/20 Bowie High School
19/20 1928 Franklin Elementry School
20/20 Franklin Elementary School
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