1/10 Marion Collins Resch - 1923

2/10 Clara Shepard Adams - 1985

3/10 Women's History Month - 1993

4/10 Bertha Zuniga, Lawyer, El Paso, Texas - 1991

5/10 Carmen La Farrelle - Principal - 1992

6/10 Herlinda Wong Chew - New China Grocery - 1935

7/10 Cecelia Lang - Banker El Paso, Texas - 1990

8/10 Mary Ann Dodson

9/10 Lois Marchino Ph.D - 1987

10/10 Monica Gomez - 1984 - El Paso, Texas

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Marion Collins Resch in 1923 photo, long time leader in El Paso, Texas Catholic women's groups, donated home to Sisters of Loretto.

Central / Austin Terrace, (1920 - 1929), Faith

  • women
  • Catholic
  • Marion Collins Resch

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Clara Shepard Adams, math teacher at Riverside High School, on Midway Drive in El Paso Texas, instructs student of trigonometry circa 1985.

Clara Shepard Adams had long time role as supporter of El Paso Women's Hall of Fame.

Mission Valley / Thomas Manor, (1980 - 1989), Education

  • women
  • teacher
  • Math

March is Women's History Month. Clara chaired El Paso Commission for Women and helped get several eastside streets named for honorees.

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Left to Right: Jeannie Foskett, Rebecca Duval Reese, Carol Viescas, Women's History Month - 1993. Location was El Paso International Museum of Art on Montana Street.

Central / El Paso High, (1990 - 1999), Celebration

  • Women's History Month
  • Jeannie Foskett
  • Rebecca Duval Reese
  • Carol Viescas

March is Women's History Month. Each of these women continued serving the citizens of our borderland. Museum address is 1211 Montana Ave, El Paso TX 79902

Photo taken in El Paso, TX 1993

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Bertha Zuniga, Lawyer, El Paso, Texas - 1991

Mission Valley / Ysleta, (1990 - 1999), Meet El Pasoans

  • Bertha Zuniga
  • women
  • lawyer
  • Meet El Pasoans

"March is Women's History Month." -Eva Ross

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Carmen La Farrelle - Principal - 1992, member of AAUW.

Central / Sunset Heights, (1990 - 1999), Education

  • Carmen La Farrelle
  • women
  • Meet El Pasoans

Carmen was active in American Association of University Women for years. There is a book that recounts the early story of this group. See UTEP Library archives.

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Herlinda Wong Chew - New China Grocery - located on Overland Street, El Paso, Texas.

In February 1922, the Chews entered the United States through Calexico, Calif., one of the few legal ports of entry. From there they took a train to El Paso and set up residence at 1912 Yandell St. They quickly opened their first store, New China Grocery, at 200 S. Stanton St. To prevent a gaming house from being established, the Chews opened a second store at the corner of Stanton Street and Overland Avenue, and a third in the Northeast. Then, in response to competition with the lower prices of national food chains, Herlinda Chew developed what became a wholesale outlet formed of local independent grocers: Western Grocery.

The Chews’ business success attracted national attention in June 1930 when Time magazine ran a story featuring Antonio Chew. In the El Paso Herald-Post, Chew attributed his achievements to long days and working hard, side by side, with his wife.

John wrote that Chew made her mark in business throughout the area. She represented minorities for the National Recovery Administration and helped establish the Oriental Importing Company. Chew was also the only female member of the El Paso Merchants’ Association, but it was her involvement in immigration for which she is probably best known.
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Central / Downtown, (1930 - 1939), Business

  • New China Grocery
  • Herlinda Wong Chew. Asian Americans
  • commerce
  • Business
  • women

March is Women's History Month.

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Cecelia Lang - Banker, El Paso, Texas - 1990

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

  • women
  • Banker
  • Cecelia Lang

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Mary Ann Dodson honored in 1991 for philanthropic works in El Paso, Texas.

Upper Valley / Upper Valley, (1990 - 1999), Cultural Heritage

  • women
  • Mary Ann Dodson

March is Women's History Month. Mary Ann Dodson's work in El Paso, TX warrents recognition.

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Lois Marchino Ph.D - 1987 UTEP English professor long active in El Paso's Women's Political Caucus.

Westside / Mesa Hills, (1980 - 1989), Education

  • women
  • UTEP
  • Professor

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Monica Gomez - active journalist in El Paso, Texas shown in 1984, acted as advocate for the arts. Later became a song writer.

Central / El Paso High, (1980 - 1989), Cultural Heritage

  • women
  • artist
  • Musician
  • Monica Gomez
  • Meet El Pasoans

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