1/16 Marion Resch Shows Off Roses - 1998

2/16 Betty Dodson, Director Project Redirection - 1988

3/16 Sylvia Gomez - TV Journalist - circa 1990

4/16 Edie Rubacalva - Circa 1990

5/16 Luz Taboada - Administrator - EPCC - 1992

6/16 Mary Russell - 1998

7/16 Rosemary Valledolid

8/16 Sandra Tate, Educator at EPCC - 1993

9/16 Kenna Ramirez - 1993

10/16 Opal "Skip" Laven - 1991

11/16 Mary Yanez - 1980

12/16 Yvonne Jimenez, Judge Sue Kurita, Sylvia Gomez - 1994

13/16 Lupe Casillas - Lowenberg - 1997

14/16 Ida Steadman, El Paso Orchestra Teacher - 1995

15/16 Ida Steadman- Orchestra Teacher - 1995

16/16 Joy Martin - 1991

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Marion Resch Shows Off Roses - 1998

Image Description: A black and white photograph of a woman crouched down posing with her rose bushes. The woman has a short haircut and is wearing a checkered print collared dress. She is posed in front a brick wall with the rose bushes to her left

Central / Austin Terrace, (1990 - 1999), Meet El Pasoans

  • women
  • Marion Resch

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Betty Dodson, Director Project Redirection - 1988 - assisted teen parents.

Central / Rim Road, (1980 - 1989), Education

  • women
  • Betty Dodson

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Sylvia Gomez - TV Journalist - circa 1990 - in El Paso, Texas

Central / Downtown, (1990 - 1999), Meet El Pasoans

  • television
  • Women
  • Journalist
  • Women
  • Journalist

March is Women's History Month.

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Edie Rubacalva - District Clerk - El Paso County, Texas circa 1990

Central / Downtown, (1990 - 1999), Politics

  • women
  • Edie Rubacalva
  • Politics

Obit contains details of her life. March is Women's History Month.

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Luz Taboada - Administrator El Paso Community College in El Paso Texas focused on programs for work force development. photo circa 1992

Central / Austin Terrace, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • women
  • El Paso Community College
  • Loretto Academy
  • El Paso Community College
  • Loretto Academy
  • Education

March is Women's History Month. Luz Taboada 's work created job opportunities for many of my neighbors.

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Mary Russell in 1998 was honored as a member of El Paso Women's Hall Fame for her efforts to sustain the Child Crisis Shelter in El Paso, Texas.

Northeast / Parkland, (1990 - 1999), Family and Friends

  • women
  • Mary Russell

March is Women's History Month.

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Rosemary Valledolid, long time nursing instructor at El Paso Community College in 1992. Photo taken in El Paso, Texas.

Central / Manhattan Heights, (1990 - 1999), Health

  • women
  • Nurse
  • Educator
  • Meet El Pasoans

March is Women's History Month. Rosemary was serious advocate for students.

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Sandra Tate, Educator at EPCC - During March 1993, She was honored for her work in creating opportunity for students in El Paso, Texas.

Mission Valley / Hacienda Heights, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • Sandra Tate
  • women

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Kenna Ramirez, wife of Carlos Ramirez, mayor of El Paso, Texas circa 1993.

Upper Valley / Upper Valley, (1990 - 1999), Meet El Pasoans

  • women
  • Politics
  • Meet El Pasoans

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Skip Laven was chair of El Paso Commission for Women. She was in the WAVES according to her obit in El Paso Times. She and her husband published the Fort Bliss newsletter for many years.

Upper Valley / Country Club, (1990 - 1999), Military

  • women
  • Journalist

March is Women's History Month. Skip helped me produce the first El Paso Women's History Coloring Book. She and hubby produced Ft. Bliss Monitor, newspaper.

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Mary Yanez was staff at El Paso Community College's print shop. She was active in LULAC. In later years she hosted a TV program to meet the needs of senior citizens in El Paso, Texas. The TV show was titled Mature Living Mary is member of El Paso Women's Hall of Fame.

Central / Clardy Fox, (1980 - 1989), Education

  • women
  • Meet El Pasoans

March is Women's History Month. Mary Yanez contributed in many ways to the progress of El Paso, EPCC, LULAC etc.

Member El Paso Women's Hall of Fame

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Yvonne Jimenez, Judge Sue Kurita, Sylvia Gomez - 1994 at UTEP Conference for young girls.

Central / University, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • women
  • Sue Kurita
  • Silva Gomez

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Lupe Casillas - Lowenberg, art teacher, by mural old Ysleta ISD Central Office on Alameda Street 1997

Photo taken in El Paso, TX.

Image Description: A woman is posing in front of a colorful mural in this color photograph. The woman is standing in the bottom center of the photograph. She is wearing a white blazer with a black dress. She has reddish brown hair. The mural behind her features an array of sunflowers, lilies and Mexican American themes.

Mission Valley / Ysleta, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • women
  • Lupe Casillas - Lowenberg
  • Loretto Academy
  • Alumnae
  • artist
  • Culture

March is Women's History Month. Art teachers provide help to students seeking creative careers. The mural behind Lupe shows aspects of cultural blend available in El Paso, TX.

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Ida Steadman, Orchestra Teacher at Coronado High School- 1995 - also played in El Paso Symphony.

Westside / Coronado, (1990 - 1999), Music

  • Ida Steadman
  • women
  • Musician
  • Meet El Pasoans

March is Women's History Month. I honor Ida for her work as musician and teacher.

Symphony Assn was started in 1931. Conductor was H. Arthur Brown. Dorrance D. Roderick, was president, Sam D. Young was treasurer. All other officers were members El Paso Woman's Club like Kate Moore Brown, Miss Mary Morgan, Mrs. O.F. Metz, Mrs. Hugh S. Shannon, and Mrs. Maurice Schwartz chairman of the patrons. According to ISBN 0-87404-061-2 p. 194-195

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Ida Steadman- Orchestra Teacher - 1995 at Ysleta ISD Central Office on McRae Blvd. in El Paso, Texas.

March is Women's History Month.

Westside / Coronado, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • Ida Steadman
  • women
  • teacher

March is Women's History Month.

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Joy Martin was executive director of National Council of Christians and Jews. She was active in efforts to gain civil rights.

Northeast / Veteran's Park, (1990 - 1999), Faith

  • women
  • Joy Martin
  • Joy Martin

March is Women's History Month. Joy worked for intergroup understanding.

Photo taken in El Paso, TX.

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