1/20 What We Brought El Paso, Texas
2/20 1950's El Paso Post Card El Paso, Texas
3/20 1970 Map of El Paso, Texas
4/20 Hands on Activity Trunk El Paso, Texas
5/20 Hands on Activity Trunk El Paso, Texas
6/20 Baggage Scale El Paso, Texas
7/20 Baseball Items El Paso, Texas
8/20 Boy with the Boot Statue El Paso, Texas
9/20 Engine No 2 El Paso, Texas
10/20 Mens and Womens Wedding Clothing El Paso, Texas
12/20 Typewriters and Saddle Making Tools
13/20 Architecture and Landscaping El Paso, Texas
14/20 Letters and Bibles El Paso, Texas
15/20 Mason and Hamlin Organ and Edison Phonograph
16/20 Vanity Case
17/20 Packsaddle El Paso, Texas
18/20 Quilts, Patchwork, and Coverlet
20/20 Army Wagon and Repairing Wheel
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The picture captures El Paso between 1890 and 1900. It was taken from Mesa Garden.
The Popular department store chain, founded by Adolph Schwartz, was family owned and run from 1902 to its closing in...
Lawmen on horseback in downtown El Paso, Texas.
A street car travels between the Grand Hotel and the El Paso Herald building. In the distance you can see...
A local bar in El Paso, Texas between 1910 - 1920.
Otis A. Aultman playing cards with friends, he is to the far right of the image. Otis A. Aultman, photographer,...
Image of downtown El Paso between 1910-1920. City Hall to the left of the image. Looking down Myrtle towards Kansas....
This group of Protestant ministers includes Dr. Poe of the Presbyterian Church and Dr. Neal of the Baptist Church.
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