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Sister Mary Lambert, a sister of Loretto, trained students at St. Patrick's Elementary School circa 1955.

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Central / El Paso High, (1950 - 1959), Education

  • St Patrick's elementary
  • Pat Mora

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Sister Mary Lambert SL First Communion Class 1955

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