1/6 El Paso Police Headquarters 1920-1955 - El Paso, Texas

2/6 El Paso Police Academy - late 50s

3/6 El Paso Police Department Women's Auxiliary Police - 1951 - 1953

4/6 1950 Ford police vehicle

5/6 Shiners - 1951 - El Paso, Texas

6/6 He was killed with a shot through the windshield. - 1953

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219 S. Campbell at the corner of S. Campbell and 1st Street in El Paso Texas circa 1955. Corporation Court is in the foreground built in front of the old Police department headquarters.

Central / Downtown, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police headquarters

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El Paso Police Academy - late 50s

Central / Rim Road, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police academy

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El Paso Police Department Jail Matrons - 1951 - 1953 Bottom Row left to right: Evelyn George, ?, Maude Sellick, Norma Rodriguez, Edna Brown, Robbie Evans
Second Row: Sally Storm, Mary Cooley Jean, ?, ?
Back row: ? Bianca Batchold, Ruth Butler, Bothel Grant

Central / Downtown, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police
  • Jail
  • Policewomen
  • Matrons
  • women

March is Women's History Month. Jail needed staff for 24 hours a day. I suspect this was a better paying steady job in the 1950's.

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El Paso Police officers Malcom Foster and Elmer Ramsey

Central / Downtown, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police traffic

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Standing left to right: H.V. Jackson, O'Rourke, Lessor, I.E. Baggerly, Arnold Green, Harry Bernhardt, Yarboro
Seated: Chief of Police Roy Vinson

Central / Downtown, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police
  • law enforcement
  • Roy Vinson

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1951 Ford driven by El Paso Police officer Warren Mitchell.

Central / Downtown, (1950 - 1959), Service

  • el paso police
  • CONFLICT
  • law enforcement

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