1/20 Bishop Anthony Schuler with Nuns
2/20 Bishop Armando Xavier Ochoa - 1996
3/20 Raymundo Joseph Peña - 1980
4/20 Bishop Patrick Flores - 1978
5/20 Bishop S. M. Metzger - 1940
6/20 Bishop Anthony J. Schuler - 1915
7/20 Bishop Seitz - 2013
8/20 Saint Patrick Cathedral
9/20 Overview of N. Stanton and Missouri St.
10/20 St Patrick Church
11/20 St Patrick Church
12/20 Parade in front of St Patrick's
13/20 Bishop Anthony Joseph Schuler
14/20 Margaret Morgan - 1920
15/20 Mother Superior - Perpetual Convent
16/20 Holy Family Church - El Paso, Texas - 1918
17/20 Holy Family Church - 1948 - CYO - Softball Team
18/20 Bishop Sidney Metzger
19/20 Bishop Armando Ochoa - 2012
20/20 Border Mass - 2012
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Holy Family Church - El Paso, Texas - 1918 - oldest available photograph.
Holy Family Church was the last built by Rev. Carlos Pinto, S.J and dedicated by Bishop Schuler on Sept. 17,...
This lady is believed to be Mrs. J.W. Lorentzen. She is standing next to the house at 521 Randolph Dr.
This lady is standing in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr. in the Sunset Heights neighborhood of El Paso,...
Mrs. Lorentzen and her young baby are outside the home at 521 Randolph Dr.
These are either Lorentzen relatives, or the three Lorentzen children. If that is the case, one of the boys would...
The children are on the porch at 521 Randolph Dr.
These are probably Casad relatives with the Lorentzen children, in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr.
This is probably Mrs. J. W. Lorentzen with two of her children, on the front porch of 521 Randolph Dr.
The cat is lying on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr. The photographer may have been trying for...
This photograph is believed to be inside the Lorentzen home at 521 Randolph Dr.
These Lorentzen family relatives or friends are sitting on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr. El Paso, Texas....
Lorentzen family or friends seated on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr.
Lorentzen family members or friends with pet dog, on the porch of 521 Randolph Dr.
This woman is in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr. Note the WWI era water hose and sprinkler head....
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