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EL PASO DIABLOS, COHEN STADIUM

El Paso Diablos home game, July 2007.

COHEN STADIUM OUTFIELD

Cohen Stadium outfield wall, July 2007.

DIABLOS PITCHER

Diablos home game, July 2007.

COHEN STADIUM, EL PASO, TX

View looking east at Cohen Stadium, July 2007.

CATHEDRAL IRISH RUGBY TEAM

Cathedral H.S. Rugby Team, Thorn Field, May 2008.

CHAMIZAL NATIONAL MEMORIAL, EL PASO, TX

Late November snow on the Memorial grounds (2007).

Wagon

This wagon was most likely driven by horse, oxen or other large animals to transport various farming goods.

A Night on the Town

Various hats and clothing from A Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from a Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from a Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from a Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from a Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Outfit on Display from exhibit: A Night on the Town. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from A Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

A Night on the Town

Various clothing from A Night on the Town exhibit. Circa 1920s-1940s.

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