1/20 Loretto Academy - Chapel Exterior - 1979
2/20 Sisters Of Loretto - 1932
3/20 Loretto Academy
4/20 Loretto Academy
5/20 Loretto Academy
6/20 Loretto Academy
7/20 Loretto Academy
8/20 Loretto Academy
9/20 Loretto Academy - El Paso, Texas
10/20 Loretto Faculty - 1983
11/20 Loretto Academy Faculty - 1983
12/20 Loretto Academy Faculty - 1983
13/20 Loretto Academy - Chapel Interior - 2004
14/20 Loretto Academy - Interior With Nuns - 1960
15/20 Loretto Academy - Cafeteria Exterior - 1959
16/20 Loretto Academy - 1940
17/20 Loretto Academy - 1970
18/20 Loretto Academy - 1960
19/20 Loretto Academy - 1970
20/20 Loretto Academy - Lobby - 1963
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Graduation Class - 1930 - Loretto Academy - Chapel Steps
Loretto Academy girls playing in the Genoveva Court Playground where Nazareth Hall now stands in 1937.
Loretto Academy students going through a parade to get to their Field Mass at El Paso High School in 1934.
Loretto Academy students standing next to the school founder Mother Praxedes near the Chapel steps in the 1930's
Loretto Academy students and a Nun standing next to the Chapel steps in the 1930's. Location El Paso, Texas.
Loretto Academy students posing next to their trophy in the 1930's.
Girls attending Loretto Academy posing for a picture in the courtyard in 1937.
In the early 1920's Architect Henry C. Trost from Trost & Trost was chosen by Mother Praxedes to draw plans...
A registration postcard from Loretto College and Academy including Praxedes Hall, Bennett Hall and Library.
First graduating class of Loretto Academy in 1924 - El Paso, Texas. Catherine Crowley, Mary Gallagher, Esther Goodman, Agnes Mc...
Some of the first 185 students whom were attending Loretto Academy standing in front of the newly dedicated chapel in...
Bishop Schuler, S.J. who endorsed Loretto College and Academy sitting among the trustees and sisters at the dedication of the...
Girls standing next to a billboard pointing to where the newly built Loretto Academy campus stood in 1923.
Portrait done in pastel of local El Paso artist Carlos Enrique Flores's wife.
St. Joseph Academy was located in downtown El Paso. Sisters of Loretto arrived in El Paso from San Elizario in...
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