1/11 Escontrias Elementary School - El Paso, Texas

2/11 Carlos and Maria Escontrias - 1950's

3/11 Carlos Escontiras - 1950's

4/11 Escontrias Ranch in the area now known as Hueco Tanks State Park

5/11 Escontrias Family - 1900 - 1909 - El Paso, Texas

6/11 Silverio & Pilar Escontrias - 1920 - 1929

7/11 Silverio Escontrias, Texas Ranger

8/11 Pilar Escontrias - El Paso, Texas

9/11 Silverio and Pilar Escontrias - El Paso, Texas

10/11 Silverio Escontrias - El Paso, Texas

11/11 Escontrias Ranch - 1950's

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Escontrias Elementary School. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias donated the land for a school in Socorro Independent School District. The school was named Escontrias Elementary School and their youngest son, Carlos Escontrias, donated Escontrias family items to the school which are on display in the front office. These items include Silverios's cowboy hat, Silverio's spurs and family pictures.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • Escontrias Elementary School

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Carlos and Maria Escontrias. Carlos is the youngest son of Silverio and Pilar Escontrias who owned the Escontrias Ranch which is now Hueco Tanks State Park, El Paso, Texas. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated the land for the first school in the Socorro Independent School District which is named Escontrias Elementary School. Carlos and Maria's house is still located across the street from the school.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

  • Carlos Escontrias
  • Maria Escontrias
  • Hueco Tanks

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Portrait of Carlos Escontrias, son of Silverio and Pilar Escontrias, who were the former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School. Carlos is pictured with the horse his Mom, Pilar gave him at the ranch.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

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Portrait of the Escontrias Ranch. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias were the former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1940 - 1949), Cultural Heritage

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Portrait of the entire Silverio and Pilar Escontrias Family: Juan, Manuela, Filberta, Jose, Pedro, Ramon, Silverio, Santiago (Jim), Fredencia, Ramon II, and Carlos. Silverio and Pilar were the, former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1900 - 1909), Family and Friends

  • Escontrias Family

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Portrait of Silverio and Pilar Escontrias, former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as Hueco Tanks State Park, El Paso, Texas. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1920 - 1929), Family and Friends

  • Silverio and Pilar Escontrias
  • Hueco Tanks

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Silverio Escontrias, former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School. Silverio was also a Texas Ranger and he is wearing his badge in this picture.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1900 - 1909), Family and Friends

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Portrait of Pilar Escontrias, former owner of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1900 - 1909), Family and Friends

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Portrait of Silverio and Pilar Escontrias, former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1900 - 1909), Family and Friends

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Portrait of Silverio Escontrias, former owners of the Escontrias ranch, now known as the Hueco Tanks State Park. Silverio and Pilar Escontrias also donated land for one of the first schools in the Socorro Independent School District named Escontrias Elementary School.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1900 - 1909), Family and Friends

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Charlie Escontrias and the ranch hand believed to be Felix at the Escontrias ranch, now Hueco Tanks State Park, El Paso, Texas.

Far Eastside / Hueco Tanks, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

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