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Holy Family Parish School May Crowning of Blessed Virgin circa 1960 Sunset Heights

Unknown male child, May Queen Leticia Acosta, female child is Acosta, Unknown male attendant

FRONT Row: Rosela Mirabel, Emilio Alvarez Jr. Sylvia Portillo, Guillermo Ochoa, Rachel Villar, M. Esther Silva, Unknown, Alex Acosta, Robert Natera, Patricia Soto, Sara Natalia Escobedo, Jesus Varela, Rosa Rodriguez, Christina Jacquez.

MIDDLE Row, Alicia Ibarra, Aurora Casteneda, Joaquin Olea Castro, Rosario Trejo, Cisneros, unknown boy, Alyda Valdez, Victor Morales, Rosalinda Montemayor, Luis Navarro, Hilda Barron, Martha Navarro, unknown boy, Maria Teresa LiaƱo, Unknown girl.

BACK Row: Carlos Prats, Edwardo Fierro, Martha Bernal, Salvador Anaya, Dolores Y. Monteverde, Raul A. Garcia, unknown, Ana Maria Briones, Irene Calderon, Angel Beltran, unknown Boy, Unknown Tomas, Unknown, unknown girl, Aguipito Mendoza








Uploaded on 04.04.2017 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Sunset Heights, (1960 - 1969), Education

  • Holy Family
  • Faith
  • Crowning

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