description

Altar for Dia De Los Muertos 2020 by Tomas Wesenberg

"Our family's Dia de Los muertos alter - from top left to right:
my Mother and my two aunts, my granddaughter, my partners Mother and Step Dad and our beloved pets all having crossed over.
We have done this as a loving tribute for the past 12 years." - Tomas Wesenberg

Uploaded on 10.26.2020 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Downtown, (2020 - 2029), Cultural Heritage

  • Dia de los Muertos
  • Women
  • Culture
  • Faith
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe

Your comment will be visible after the El Paso Museum staff has reviewed it. This usually happens within 24 hours.

Thank you for your comment

Altar for Dia De Los Muertos 2020

Report this entry

Choose the most important reason for this report

Your name

Your email address

Optional detail

Thank you for your report

More from the same community-collection

Downtown

The image shows Mesa Street at San Jacinto Plaza. The building in the middle is the Roberts-Banner building. It was...

Washington Gardens

Washington Gardens, is now the location for El Paso Zoo. On Jan 18, 1910, city council decided to accept a...

Street Scene

A Scenic View post card of Rio Grande Ave El Paso TX.

Martin Building - El Paso, Texas

The Martin building, located at the corner Mills and Stanton Streets, was built in 1917. It is an example of...

Kress Store

The Kress building is located at 100 E. Millls Ave. Perhaps the funkiest building downtown, this former 5-and-10 store opened...

Walking downtown

street photos; downtown on mesa St. and Texas between; Manuel De La Rosa Jr.(brother)

Bathroom interior

Shows part of toilet, sink and bath tub. Industrial grade fixtures. "Rail" around wall- has holders for mirror or medicine...

Father walking down El Paso Street

Father walking downtown - Rodriguez Sanchez Family.

Downtown El Paso- El Paso Street

Cousin and Uncle - business in background maybe Casa Cotera that was specializing in coffee.

Downtown El Paso

Ana and her Parents. Possibly near State National

Farah Strike - El Paso, Texas

Graciela "Chela" worked for Farah on Paisano. Remembers people spitting on her at the protest. In front of Popular Dept....

Street Photos

on El Paso St. downtown (names are listed).