Ben Ivey Jr. - 1979

Ben Ivey Jr. - 1979

Ben Ivey, Lower Valley farmer - El Paso, Texas.

Área: Mission Valley / Richard Lee

Fuente: Darst - Ireland Photography

Cargado por: El Paso Museum of History


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Helen Orndorff, History of the Developments of Agriculture in the El Paso Valley, Unpublished M.A. thesis, Texas Western College, May 1957.

David Crowder, "From farmland to factories," El Paso Inc . June 20-26,2021 p. 1A-4A

UTEP Library Special Collections MS 157 Box 109 includes calendar entitled Time Pieces of El Paso. Description of gentleman farmer Ben L. Ivey is one page of this calendar.

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