1/18 Two girls wearing hats sitting on wall - El Paso, Texas.

2/18 Cat on front porch

3/18 Mother and children on front porch

4/18 Lorentzen family relatives

5/18 The Lorentzen family children on their front porch

6/18 Three children next to house

7/18 Mrs. J. W. Lorentzen and baby

8/18 A friend or relative of the Lorentzen family - El Paso, Texas

9/18 Mrs. J. W. Lorentzen

10/18 Farm house near Mesilla

11/18 Portrait of an extended family

12/18 Family on front porch steps

13/18 Mother and baby seated outside of house

14/18 Mother and baby on front porch

15/18 Woman having fun with water hose

16/18 Family and friends on front porch

17/18 Boy and girl with pet dog

18/18 Inside an El Paso home

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These Lorentzen family relatives or friends are sitting on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr. El Paso, Texas. In the area of Sunset Heights in El Paso, Texas.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • women

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The cat is lying on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr. The photographer may have been trying for an "art" shot, as there a deliberate white background.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen

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This is probably Mrs. J. W. Lorentzen with two of her children, on the front porch of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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These are probably Casad relatives with the Lorentzen children, in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen

Photo taken in El Paso, TX in historic neighborhood of woman and family.

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The children are on the porch at 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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These are either Lorentzen relatives, or the three Lorentzen children. If that is the case, one of the boys would be Dr. Wayne L. Lorentzen, who donated these photographs to the Museum.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Mrs. Lorentzen and her young baby are outside the home at 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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This lady is standing in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr. in the Sunset Heights neighborhood of El Paso, Texas circa 1915

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen
  • women

March is Women's History Month.

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This lady is believed to be Mrs. Julius W. Lorentzen. She is standing next to the house at 521 Randolph Dr.
Mrs. Julius W. Lorentzen was active in El Paso Women's Club, according to book published by Texas Western Press. ISBN 0-87404-061-2

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • women
  • Ada Lane Lorentzen

Her name was Ada Land Lorentzen. Music advocate. UTEP Library archives has her collection.

She was daughter of first Chief of Weather Bureau. President of El Paso Woman's Club 1919-20. Member for at least 71 years. per book cited in description.

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This is believed to be the Casad family home near Mesilla, NM. The Casads were relatives of the Lorentzens, and there were many family members.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen
  • Mesilla NM

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This may be the Casad family in front the adobe farmhouse near Mesilla. The Casads were relatives of the Lorentzens. Mrs. J.W. Lorentzen may be in the center front with one of her children.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen
  • Mesilla NM
  • Family

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These may be Casad relatives with the Lorentzen children, on the front porch of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Image shows two older adults and two children on steps of front porch in home in El Paso Texas circa 1915.

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This may be Mrs. J.W. Lorentzen with one of her three children. It was taken in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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This is probably Mrs. J.W. Lorentzen with one of her three children, taken on the front porch of their home at 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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This woman is in the side yard of 521 Randolph Dr. Note the WWI era water hose and sprinkler head. Yards in El Paso, Texas still had to be watered 100 years ago.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

  • Lorentzen
  • water

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Lorentzen family members or friends with pet dog, on the porch of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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Lorentzen family or friends seated on the wall in front of 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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  • dog
  • Children
  • Animal

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This photograph is believed to be inside the Lorentzen home at 521 Randolph Dr.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1910 - 1919), Family and Friends

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