Dad Lea, Attorney and Mayor,” by Sarah D. Lea, 46, 35

Daeuble, Louis, xviii, 122; xxxi, 199, xxxiii, 13

Daeuble, Louis, 46, 125, 126, 137

Daeuble, Jr. Louis, i, 62

Dago Joe” (Joe Barnett), xii, 24

Daguerre, Alexandre, 49, 176, 177

Daguerre, Alejandro, vii, 85

Daguerre, Alejandro Librado, 48, 120, 125, 129

Daguerre, Alejandro Nicolas, 48, 122, 129, 130, 132, 133

Daguerre, Ana (Anita), 48, 122, 128, 129, 133

Daguerre, Antonio, 48, 129

Daguerre, Arturo N. Flores, 48, 133

Daguerre, Eugenia, 48, 122, 130

Daguerre, Guadalupe Andrea, 48, 129

Daguerre, Guillaume Alexandre, 48, 119-134

Daguerre, Gustavo Flores, 48, 133

Daguerre, Hortencia, 48, 122, 128, 133

Daguerre, Josefina, 122, 133

Daguerre, Julio Ogarrio, 48, 133

Daguerre, Manuel Ogarrio, 48, 133

Daguerre, Maria, 48, 122, 133

Daguerre, Paul Michel, 48, 119

Daguerre, R.P., xxi, 34, 80

Daguerre, Raymond, 48, 124

Daguerre, Raymond Peter, 48, 129

Daguerre, Raymundo Manuel, 48, 129

Daguerre, Refugio, 48, 122, 128, 129

Daguerre, Rodolfo Ogarrio, 48, 133

Dailey, Maceo Crenshaw, Jr., rev., 42, 146; rev., 46, 48

Daily, Bradford, xxv, 118

Daily Worker, xxii, 159

Dairies, El Paso Area, 1892-mid 1930’s, xxxviii, 147-150

Daklugie, Asa (Ace), xxxviii, 187-189; photo, 188

Dale, Randolph, 49, 131

Dale, William, 47, 108

Daley, Edward J., Colonel (Ret.), xxii, 179; xxiii, 78; xxx, 50

Daley, Mrs. Edward J., xix, 168

Dalhart, Texas, xvi, 73

Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso Marshal, by Leon Metz, rev., xiv, 55

Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso’s Most Famous Marshall,” by Stephen D. Harper, art., x, 21-28.

Dallas Stoudenmire Day,” xxix, 82

Daly, George, xix, 65, 66, 67

Dampin, V.W., xxiv, 161

Dan Stuart’s Fistic Carnival by Leo N. Miletich, rev., 40, 99

Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War by William Y. Chalfant, rev., 39, 150

Daniel, Jr. Price, ix, 158; xiv, 107

Daniels, Dan, “The Second Ward’s Godfather,” xxxv, 9

Daniggelis, Paul Dean., art., “The Sculpture of Cristo Rey,” xxxi, 185; Rodant Pel Mon: Roaming About the World with Urbici Soler - Sculptor (1890-1953), rev., 41, 98

Danjon, Captain, xix, 81

Danson James, v, 56

Darbyshire, Benjamin Franklin, xvii, 193

Darbyshire, Esther (Mrs. Kenneth W. McCallum) xvii, 194

Darbyshire, Jack, xvii, 195

Darbyshire, Oliver, xvii, 195

Darbyshire-Harvie Iron Works, xxii, 114; xxiv, 28

Dargue, Lt., xii, 8, 9

Dark Canyon (Dog Canyon), New Mexico, i, 35, 79; iv, 121, 121n; xiii, 24 su

Darling, Rodell Clay, art., “William Deane Hawkins, Nonpariel Texan,” 41, 161

Darling, Walter, viii, 55

Darnell, Al, 42, 39

Darnell, Linda, xvii, 4

Daroca, Don Antonio de, xxi, 99; xxvi, 78

Daroca, Antonio María Sánchez Alonso de, 47, 177

Darrow, Professor, xi, 164

Darst, Abraham, 43, 74,80

Darst, Edmond or Edward, 43, 80

Darst, Emery H., 43, 81

Darst, Jacob O., 43, 73, 74, 81

Darst, John, 43, 81

Darst, Lorena, 43, 81

Darst, Mary, 43, 81

Darst, Patrick E., 43, 81

Darst, Tabitha, 43, 81

Darty, Joe, x, 57

Dato, Pablo, Sr., 45, 85

Daugherty, H.M. viii, 35

Daugherty. H.M., Jr. and Mrs., xxv, 134

Daugherty, Hal, Jr., xxiv, 13

Daugherty, Harrison A. “Hal,” 48, 202

Daugherty, Harrison M., xviii, 132; xxii, 105

Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison M., xxv, 134

Daugherty, Harrison M., Jr., xxxv, 74

Daugherty, Myra Bassett, xviii, 132; 48, 202

Daugherty Mansion, The, xxv, 133

Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, 42, 108

Daughters of the American Revolution, xvii, 141

Daughters of the the American Revolution, National Society, i, 100n

Daughters of the American Revolution (ref. to organization in Texas), xxx, 62

Daughty, Howard H., xxviii, 131-132 passim, 176-177

Dávalos, Señor, iii, 89

Davenport, F. Garvin, The Myth of Southern History: Historical Consciousness in Twentieth Century Southern Literature, rev., xv, 141-142

Davenport, Joe, xxii, 8

David G. Burnet: First President of Texas, by Mary Watley Clarke, rev., xiv, 86-87

David Meriwether, The Territorial Governor of New Mexico: A Sidelight on Mexican Boundary Controversy of 1853,” by Robert N. Mullin, art., viii, 83-98

Davidson, Doris Hanson, xxviii, 159

Davidson, Dorothy Blue, xix, 12

Davidson, Nelson, xxix, 90

Davidson, Mrs Roy, iv, 29

Davila, Arlene, Latinos Inc.: The Marketing and Making of a People, book note, 48, 114

Davis, Captain, {collector of customs). 42, 194

Davis, B.H., iii, 5

Davis, Judge B.H., xvi, 10, 13, 16; xix, 197, 202; xxii, 110; xxiv, 28

Davis, Maj. B.H., xxxiv, 19

Davis, Maj. B.J., xxxii, 93

Davis, Bell, xxiii, 36

Davis, Bette, 50, 47

Davis, Blanche, xxvi, 102

Davis, Britton, xxiv, 25

Davis, Charles, iii, 10; xi, 162; xiv, 103; xv, 29; 41, 131; 44, 183; 47, 191; 49, 111

Davis, Captain Charles, xxviii, 100; 50, 117

Davis, Captain (Mayor) Charles, xvi, 10, 11, 19, 68; xviii, 56; xix, 203; xx, 105; xxiii, 10

Davis. Charles, Sr., xix, 120

Davis, Charles, Jr. (Mayor), xxvii, 35; xxx, 79; xxxii, 127

Davis, Mayor Charles, Jr., 48, 58

Davis, Chris, James Stephen Hogg: The Short Step From Printer to Editor, rev., xv, 109

Davis, Colleen, viii, 144

Davis, E.J., i, 46; vii, 91

Davis, Edmund J., xxiv, 26

Davis, Mrs. Frank, xviii, 143

Davis, Captain George B., xviii, 98

Davis, Graham, Land! Irish Pioneers in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas, book note, 48, 167

Davis, J.R., xxix, 69

Davis, J.W., xv. 28

Davis, Jane, xxi, 74

Davis, Jane (Mrs. Richard K. McMaster), xi, 133

Davis, Jeff, xvii, 78

Davis, Jefferson, iii, 14; iv, 8; v, 88; vii, 23, 24; x, 8, 9, 13, 71, 146; xv, 39; xxii, 130

Davis, Jenny-Mae, xxix, 119

Davis, John Edward, Jr., 48, 95

Davis, Kathleen M., “Hueco Tanks Rock Art - A story of our Past,” art., xix, 97-98; note, xix, 96

Davis, Kim, 47, 193

Davis, L.H., xxviii, 106

Davis, Lamar, iii, 5, 9, 10; xxiv, 28; 49, 29

Davis, Lamar P., 47, 45

Davis, Llewellyn H., ii, 34, 34n

Davis, Lucille, xii, 120

Davis, Mrs. M.B., xi, 163; xiii, 24su

Davis, M.L., vii, 72

Davis, Mary Margaret, The Receiving Line was 11 years Long, rev., xx, 180

Davis, Marguerite, xxviii, 182

Davis, Mrs. Michael (Gladys McQuarters), xi, 133

Davis, Mike, xxxii, 184; and family, 188

Davis, Myron, xiii, 78

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Myron, xxxii, 184

Davis, Colonel Nelson H., vii, 46, 49, 50

Davis, Norman, xiii, 9su

Davis, Paul A., xiii, 100

Davis, Pauline Hart, vi, 65

Davis, R.M., i, 122

Davis, Ray V., xxxiii, 138

Davis, Richard, xxx, 144

Davis, Robert Murray, The Ornamental Hermit: People and Places of the New West, rev., 50, 50

Davis, Thomas A., xi, 30n; xiv, 78, 79

Davis, General Thomas F., xxi, 118

Davis, Tom, xxvii, 129

Davis, W.M., x, 95

Davis, W.M. and Mrs., xxx, 10

Davis, W.W.H., ii, 95, 95n; vii, 108; El Gringo: New Mexico and Her People, rev., xxviii, 194; xxx, 187ff; photo, 191; 39, 91

Davis, Walter, xviii, 54

Davis, Waters, i, 122, 124; xxi, 108; xxix, 188

Davis, William Watts Hart, xvii, 61

Davis and Foster (architectural firm), xxxv, 29

Davis Antique Shop, 47, 194

Davis, Beall & Kemp (law firm, 1881-1899); later in succession, Beall & Kemp; Beall, Kemp & Nagle; Kemp, Nagle & Smith; Kemp, Smith, Goggin & White; Kemp, Smith, White, Duncan & Hammond; Kemp, Smith, Duncan & Hammond, xxxiv, 19; xxviii, 44

Davis Mountains (Texas), i, 99, 100, 102, 103; iv, 159

Davis Mountains State Park, xxv, 8

Daw, Harold E., xx, 24

Dawson, Arizona, ii, 79

Davison, Eddie, 49, 15

Dawson, Jack, xv, 90

Dawson, Joshua, essay, “Papa and Me,” 42, 87

Dawson, New Mexico, xix, 113

Dawson, Ron, art., “The Interurban to Ysleta: The Rio Grande Valley Traction Company, 1913-1929,” 49, 26

Dawson, Steve, xxii, 7

Dawson Ranch, xix, 112

Day, Alan and Sandra Day O’Conner, Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest, rev., 47, 198

Day, James M., comp. by, Handbook - Archival and Manuscript Depositories, rev., xii, 124-125; notes, xii, 138, 143; xv, 143, 149; President’s Message, xxvii, 3, 90, Hall of Honor Address 151, 184; “President’s Message,”, xxviii, 3, photo 3; art., “Crossroads of History” (1983 Hall of Honor Address), xxix, 3, photo 8; rev., xxxi, 219; Editor’s Note, 41, 3, 97, 191; art., “Rangers of the Last Frontier of Texas,” 45, 159; rev., 47, 48; art., “The Discovery of Family Papers Near Hidalgo del Parral: the Hyslop-Beckmann Papers 1896-1938,” 47, 67; art., “The Chihuahua Foreign Club,” 47, 107; rev., 48, 158

Day, Dr. James M., Black Beans and Goose Quills, rev., xvi, 31- 32; note, xvi, 76; xvii, 99, 155; xviii, 4; xxii, 179; xxiii, 78, 119, 154; xxiv, 35, 82; “El Paso, Mining Hub of Northern Mexico,” art., xxiv, 17; “El Paso’s Texas Rangers,” art., xxiv, 153; xxv, 40, 92

Day, Mrs. James M., xviii, 143

Day, James Milton, 50, 56-60, 80-81

Day, Jim, 50, 61-63

The Day the Sun Rose Twice, by Ferenc Morton Szasz, rev., 40, 156

Day to Remember, A,” by Jane Burges Perrenot, art., xxii, 116

Dayton, Jonathan, xvi, 100

De Aláez, Muriel Feiner, 42, 47

De Anda, Don Edmundo, 42, 44,45,46,52

De Anda, Miguel, 42, 44,46

De Godinez, Maria Luisa de, 43, 163

De La Barra, Francisco, iii, 58

De La Barra, Ignacio, iii, 88

De la Candelaria, Blas, 45, 109

De la Carrera, Juana, 45, 109

De la Cruz, Domingo, 45, 109

De la Peña, Don Manuel, xvi, 118

De la Pena, José Enrique, With Santa Anna in Texas: a Personal Narrative of the Revolution, rev., xxxviii, 103

De La Rosa, Alberto, viii, 135

De la Sierra, José, 46, 58

De la Vega, Florencio, xx, 107

De la Vega, Roberto F., 49, 73

De Léon, Colonial Antonio Ponce, ii, 8, 11

De Loach’s Landing (Louisiana), v, 31

De Los Godos, Captain Farlan, xxxiii, 121

De Luca, Emile Patton, “Map of Texas, 1853, Art., i, 15-17; note, i, 28

De Mars, Mr. and Mrs. J., i, 34n

De Mille, Cecil B., xiv, 40

De Negri, Ramon P., Mexican consul general, 45, 80

De Voto, Bernard, xxii, 159

De Wetter, Charles Stafford, “The Smelting Works as remembered by Noel Longuemare,” art., viii, 133-134; note, viii, 152

De Wetter, Mardee, art., “Dr. Henry Towne Safford,” 41, 185

De Wetter, Mardee Belding, “Revolutionary El Paso: 1910-1917,” art., Part One, iii, 46-59; Part Two, iii, 107-119; Part Three, iii, 145-158; notes, iii, 82, 126, 162; xi, 5; art., “One Weekend in 1944,” 43, 190

De Wetter, Peter, photo, 42, 32,33

De Wetter, Mayor Peter, xxix, 82

Dead Man’s Curve, 49, 9

Dead Man’s Hole (El Muerto), xx, 7; xxv, 7

Deadman’s Camp (New Mexico), ii, 57

Deadman’s Curve (Texas), iv, 83

Dealey, Ted, xix, 181

Dean, Ida, xii, 120

Dean, J.M., viii, 99; xxi, 17; xxix, 85

Dean, J.T., xxvi, 129

Dean, James, viii, 144

Dean, John, district attorney, 42, 191

Dean, Karma, 46, 100

Deane, Captain, v, 32

Deane, Karma, vii, 135

Dear America: Some Letters of Orange Cicero and Mary America (Aiken) Connor, ed. by Seymour V. Connor, noted, xvii, 38

Dear Old Times - Spring of 1880,” by Karl R. Cook, art., xxiv, 112

Dearen, Patrick, Castle Gap and the Pecos Frontier, rev., xxxiv, 50; Portraits of the Pecos Frontier, rev., xxxviii, 203; A Cowboy of the Pecos, rev., 42, 143; Crossing Rio Pecos, rev., 41, 150; Portraits of the Pecos Frontier, rev., 46, 51

DeArment, Robert K., George Scarborough: The Life and Death of a Lawman on the Closing Frontier, rev., xxxvii, 154

Deas, Major George, xii, 37

Deason, Clara Belle, 42, 138,139

death mask of Pancho Villa, 42, 171

Death was the Black Horse, by Dale Walker., rev., xx, 95

Death Valley Slim, iii, 55

Deaver, Justice J.M., 49, 193

DeBlanc, Mrs., xxv, 127

Debona, Anthony, 42, 40

Debuchi, Katsuji (Japanese Ambassador), 42, 160,161

DeBusk, Will E., art., “Hard Rock Drilling Contests,” 49, 135; 178

A Decade of Disruption,” art., by Louise Gates, xxx, 30

Decatur, Texas, 42, 136

Decherd, Ben, xxiii, 36

Decker, Clarence V., xxx, 140

Deckered, Mrs. Ben (Isabelle Thomason) viii, 119, 129

Deckert, Myrna, Tribute to, by Charles H Leavell, Jeanne McCarty, Joyce Jaynes, 41, 23

Decorme, Fr. Gerard, S.J., xxix, 149; 49, 188

Dedication of the Cavalry Museum of El Paso,” by Hugh M. Milton II, art., xxv, 107

Dedman’s Photo Shop, xix, 127

Deen, Roy, xxviii, 184

Deerman, Charlie, 50, 82

The Defeat of Major I Lynde, U.S.A.,” by Kenneth A. Goldblatt, art., xv, 16-20

Deffendorfer, (United States Consul at El Paso del Norte), David H., xxxviii, 36-37

DeGroff, Alzina Allis Orndorff (Mrs. Charles), photo, xxviii, 118, 119-124

DeGroff, Mrs. Charles, xviii, 6, 11

Deisler, Paul F., xxxv, 29

Dejaire, Alejandro, x, 47

Dejitan, Benjamin, xv, 23

Del Arco, General Francisco, of Juarez, 42, 161

Del Buono, Frank, xxiii, 131

Del Camino Motel, 47, 89

Del Camino Motor Hotel, 42, 39,44,46-47

Del Camino Motor Hotel and Restaurant, 49, 85

Del Hierro, Alejandro, 42, 42

Del Norte Art Guild (late 1920s), xxvi, 116-117

Del Norte Jewish Historical Society, 45, 8

Del Olivar, Antonio, Mexican matador, 42, 41,44

Del Rio, Dolores, 45, 187

Del Rio, Dorotea, 45, 109

Del Rio, Juan Pedro, 45, 109

Del Rio, Texas, iii, 74; xvii, 165; 42, 5

Del Valle, Emma, 42, 52

Del Valle, Salvador, xxvi, 15

Delehanty, Captain Rudolf (Rudolph) D., xxi, 73, xxiii, 63

The Delmonico (French Restaurant, El Paso), ii, 44, 45

DeLeuw, Cather and Company, 47, 142

Delgadito, Indain chief, 48, 124

Delgado, Fernando, 44, 108,109

Delgado, Josefa, 44, 112

Delgado, Maria Josefa Jesus del Pilar, 48, 122

Dell’Olio, Sam, 46, 95; 49, 48

Delora, Hortencia Barragan, 42, 40

Deming, Anne, xxiii, 89

Deming, New Mexico, xvii, 6; xix, 108; xxiii, 89; (1881), xxix, 55-58; 48, 34

Deming, Mary Anne, 48, 34

Deming Air Base, 45, 150

Democratic Convention, El Paso County, 1944, xxxii, 117-120

Democratic Party of Texas, membership policies for blacks until 1944, xxvii, 27-30

Democratic “ring,” 50, 147

Dempsey, Jack, xxv, 73

Denison, Texas, v, 57; xx, 117

Denison Herald, newspaper, xx, 117

Denison News, xx, 117

Dennison, Dr. Charles, xxi, 143

Denny, John W., A Century of Freemasonry in El Paso, rev., ii, 129-130

Deno, Lottie, xxvii, 85-88

Densmore, R.A., xxx, 138

Dent, Barbara, art., “Lee Moor: The Man and His Legacy, 1870-1958,” 46, 189; art., “Monument to the ‘Seven Brave Men,’ The Massacre at Mimbres Springs,” 49, 173

Dent, Frederick, ix, 62

Dent, Paxton, xxxiv, 182

Dentler, Colonel Clarence E., vi, 11, 19, 20, 21

Denton, Lois, xxvi, 121, 179

Denton, Perry A., i, 31

Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, viii, 57, 65; xii, 78; xxiii, 87

Denver & Rio Grande Railway, 48, 32, 35-38

Denver, Colorado, ii, 76; xvi, 67

Denver, James, v, 47

Des Autels, Van, 47, 5

Des Autels, “Uncle” Van, xxxiii, 71

Department of Mining and Metallurgy of UT, 44, 184

Depot Brewery, 50, 133

Des Moines, Iowa, viii, 139

Desalinzation plant, 47, 143

Detention center on Santa Fe Street, 42, 11

Deseret Alphabet, xviii, 136

Deseret News, xviii, 136

Deseret University, xviii, 136

Desert Army: Fort Bliss on the Texas Border, by Leon Metz, rev., xxxiv, 155

Desert Art Shop, xxvi, 114

The Desert Dreams,” poem by Renee Berta, xxxv, 140

Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso 1880-1920, by Mario T. Garcia, rev., xxviii, 37

Desert, Not Wasteland,” poem by Robert Burlingame, xxxi, 84

Desert River Crossing, by W.L. Rusho & C. Gregory Crampton, rev., xxi, 38

Desert Tiger: Captain Paddy Graydon and the Civil War in the Far Southwest, by Jerry D. Thompson, rev., xxxvii, 202

Desloge, F., xvi, 13

Dessar, Harry L., xxii, 111

Dessauer, William, xiv, 16

Dessert at the Globe Restaurant,” art. by Frances H. Hatfield, xxxiii, 88

Detroit Street, 44, 187

Detwiler, H.L., i, 118, 123, 125; xvi, 12, 16, 17, 68

Detwiler, Henry, 50, 24

Detwiler, T.N., xvi, 12, 16

Deuchesne, Amelia, xxvii, 39

Deus, Miss A., i, 43n

The Development of Agriculture in the El Paso Valley - The Spanish Period,” by Helen Orndorff, art., v, 139-147

The Development of Irrigation in the City of El Paso,” By Alice White, art., iv, 31-38

Deven, Sergent, viii, 108

Devil Ridge, xxviii, 7, 10, 11

Devil’s River, xxv, 17

Devore, Jack, xx, 75

Dewey, Ferdinand, xxxiii, 162, 164; xxxviii, 46

Dewey, Commodore George, xxiii, 10

Dewey, Mary (Gillespie), xix, 12

Dexter, Henry L., xxx, 61; xxxviii, 75-84; photo, 79

Dexter, Maria Soledad Lujan, xxxviii, 111, 116, 118

DeYoung, Harry, xxvi, 174

D’Hamel, Enrique B., xxvii, 118, 123

Diablo Mountains (Texas), i, 103; 45, 159

Diamond, Tom, xx, 79; xxx, 172-175 passim

Diamond Days: An Oral History of the University of Texas at El Paso, ed. Charles H. Martin and Rebecca M. Craver, rev., xxxvii, 51

Diamond Jubilee (The University of Texas at El Paso), xxxiii, 99

The Diary of C.R. Morehead,” ann. by Nancy Hamilton, Part I, xxx, 107; Part II, 159

Diary of the Jesuit Residence of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, Conejos, Colorado, December 1871-December 1875, edited and annotated by Marianne L. Stoller and Thomas J. Steele, S.J.; trans. by José B. Fernandez, rev., xxviii, 143

Díaz, Carmen R. de, ii, 63

Diaz, Felix, 45, 179

Díaz, General Felix, iii, 94

Diaz, Porfirio, xxvii, 35, 36; xxix, 17, 18, 115-122, passim; photo, 114; described by Taft, xxxvii, 189-192; 41, 178; 42, 178

Díaz, Porfirio (President of Mexico), ii, 63, 76; iii, 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, 59, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 151; vii, 63; xi, 50; xiv, 45, 77, 80, 103; xv, 22

Díaz, President Porfirio, xvii, 68; xviii, 56, 57; xx, 38; xxi, 26; xxii, 116; xxiii, 59; xxiv, 17; xxv, 12, 114; 42, 140; 43, 144; 48, 130, 185

Díaz, Jr., Colonel Porfirio, iii, 94

Diaz, Ricardo, xxvi, 167

Díaz Moradillos, Francisco, 46, 59, 61

Diaz Veanes, Pedro Joaquin, 47, 122

Díaz del Castillo, Bernal, xvii. 169

Diaz-Taft Meeting, El Paso, 1909, xxxvi, 68-72

Dichos from the Lower Valley,” art. by Marta Estrada, 40, 145

Dick, Captain William W., vi, 5

Dick, Katherine, x, 97

Dick, James A., xxv, 73

Dick, James and Orell, 41, 110

Dick, Mrs. James A., xx, 143

Dickerson, Donna Lee, A Typestick of Texas History, rev., xvii, 34-35

Dickey, Imogene G., “Religion in Texas as Seen in the Pages of The Frontier Times,” art., xviii, 159-168; note, xviii, 197

Dickinson, George, xvi, 71

Dickinson, J.H. (Secretary of War), iii, 90, 91

Dictionary of American Indian, by John L. Stoutenburg, rev., v, 152

Dictionary of the Old West, by Peter Watts, rev., xxii, 132

Did General Pershing Falsify his Birthday?” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xviii, 64, 65

Diebels, W.J., 43, 150

Diebels, William J., 49, 46

Diego, Antonio Flores, “Engine No, 625 - Mexican Railways, 1907,” tr. by Mary Ellen B. Porter., xi, 134-138

Diego de Aguirre, 50, 9

Dieguez, Edmundo Jr., xxvi, 159

Diepert, George A., 42, 56

Dieter, Henning, 50, 131-132

Dieter, J.T., i, 61

Dieter, J. Phillip, 50, 130, 131, 134

Dieter, John Philip, 42, 94, 96, 98, 99, 108, 125; 50, 131-132

Dieter & Sauer, 50, 134

Dieter & Sauer (Ciudad Juárez), 42, 97

Dieter & Sauer (El Paso), 42, 98, 99

Dietrich, Mrs. Louise, vii, 141

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer), David R., xvii, 13, 21 fn.22

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer), William L., xvii, 75, 83 fn.39

Diffenderfer (Diffendoffer) Brothers, xvii, 178, 189 fn.106

Dighton, Sarah Catherine (Mrs. Tom Lea, Jr.,) xx, 153

Dillard, Mr. and Mrs. George, xxx, 10

Dillon, Governor of New Mexico, v, 15

Dils, Lenore, xiv, 120; Horny Toad Man, rev., xxi, 85

Dils, Lenore Brown, 39, 95-98; photo, 97

Din, Chew, xxviii, 59; photo, 59

Dines, Johnny, xxii, 156

Dingdeldein, Betty (Bette Ford), viii, 136, 146, 147

Dinsmoor, Robert and Herb Marsh, Jr., art., “El Paso Courthouses: Past and Present,” 40, 75

Dinsmore, Charles A., iii, 7; xxiv, 24

Dipp, Michael and Family, xxv, 38

Dipp, Mike, 44, 8

Dipp Mansion, xxv, 38

The Disappearance of the Heberer and the Lorius Couples,” art. by Art Leibson, xxxiv, 189

Discovery of Family Papers Near Hidalgo del Parral, The: the Hyslop-Beckmann Papers 1896-1938,” art. by Dr. James M. Day, 47, 67

Dissension in a Garrison Town: El Paso in 1898 and 1916,” art., by Garna L. Christian, xxv, 56

Disturnell’s J. (Map of the United States), viii, 83

Dittmer, Bernice, The Reverend Uncle Bert: A Biography, rev., xv, 75-76

Dixon, Alves, xxx, 136

Dixon, Melba, xxviii, 30

Dixon, Peter, 46, 95

Dixon, Volney, v, 151

Dixon, Dr. William, xxii, 93

Do You Remember This?” essay by Dinny Breese, 46, 99

Doane, Maude B., xiii, 26sp

Doane, Rufus, xxi, 69

Dobie, J. Frank, 46, 23

Dockery, T.B., 50, 130

Dobie, J. Frank, iv, 28; vi, 39, xiv, 106; xvii, 87; xviii, 130; xix, 172, 184; xx, 7, 10, 152; xxii, 174

Dobson, J.C., xxiv, 43

Dr. Bush Recalls Days of 25 Years Ago in El Paso,” El Paso Times art. by Dr. I.J. Bush, 42, 190

Dr. Henry Towne Safford,” art. by Mardee De Wetter, 41, 185

Dr. Lawrence A. Nixon and the White Primary, by Conrey Bryson, rev., xix, 225-226

Dr. Mariano Samaniego (1831-1905), Citizen of the El Paso Valley,” art., by Manuel G. Gonzales, xxxv, 159

Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., 46, 95; 49, 39

Dr. William Martin Yandell,” by Janet Y. Brockmoller, art., xxi, 10

doctors, list of prominent turn-of-the-century, 42, 191

Doctors I have known,” by Anne Kemp White, art., xvii, 23-29

Doctors of Medicine in New Mexico: A History of Health and Medical Practice, 1886-1986, by Jake W. Spidle, Jr., rev., xxxii, 153

Dodd, Captain G.A., iv, 28

Dodd, Captain T.F., xii, 6, 7, 8

Dodd, Colonel George F., xv, 61, 70

Dodds, Mrs. Edgar B., xix, 168; xxiv, 94

Dodge, General D.C., xvi, 12

Dodge, General Grenville, iv, 22, 23

Dodge, H.L., xxiv, 76

Dodge, Henry, x, 44, 49n

Dodson, Barbara, 49, 161

Dodson, Mrs. Charles, xxii, 139, 179; xxiii, 78; xxiv, 143; photo, xxvi, 139

Dodson, Mary Ann, art., “The President’s Message,” xxxi, 3

Dodson, Stephanie Karr, 47, 189

Dog Canyon (Dark Canyon), New Mexico, i, 35, 79; iv, 121, 121n; xiii, 25su

Dog Canyon (New Mexico), xix, 57, 58

Dog Canyon: A Pageant of Bloodshed and Flowers,” art. by Joseph Leach, xxix, 29

Dohaney, Ed, 47, 29-30

Doheny, Edward L., xiv, 30

Doing What The Day Brought: An Oral History of Arizona Women, ed. Mary Logan Rothschild and Pamela Claire Hronek, rev., xxxviii, 202

Dolan, James J., 44, 123,126

Dolan, Captain Pat, 45, 160

Dolores, Father Francisco Mariano, xviii, 159, 160

Dolphin Terrace Elementary School, 46, 127

Domingo, Juan, 47, 178, 179

Domingo de Bustamante, Juan, 44, 21

Dominguez, Fray Atanasio, xxi, 47

Dominguez, Dixie L., art., “Hueco Tanks - A Vital Resource in Southwestern History,” xxxi, 123

Dominguez, Feliciano, xvi, 23, 24

Dominguez, Francisco B. 47, 34

Domínguez, Manuel, 45, 110

Dominguez de Mendoza, Antonio, 43, 162

Dominguez de Mendoza, Juan, 43, 160

Don, Dr. Rita, xxv, 131

Don Caliche’s Gardening Book: Especially for the Southwest, by J. Warner Blake, rev., xvii, 147-148

Don Juan: John Humphris on the Rio Grande Frontier,” art., by May Humphris Gillett, xxxii, 145

Don Santiago Magoffin,” art. by Robert W. Miles, 43, 175

Doña Ana, 43, 63,64,181; 46, 177

Doña Ana acequia, 42, 82

Doña Ana Bend Colony (New Mexico), vii, 107; 46, 177, 178

Doña Ana County (New Mexico), vii, 107; xvi, 12, 46, 47, 51, 60, 70; xxvii, 19; 39, 87-94

Doña Ana, New Mexico, ii, 7, 54, 83; v, 28, 29, 50, 105; vii, 19, 107; ix, 47n; xv, 128; xxviii, 165-170 passim

Donaldson, Major Israel B., xix, 29

Donaldson, Sam, xviii, 185; xxii, 175

Done, Joseph F., xx, 20

Doniphan, Alexander W., 40, 107ff; statue photo, 106; 41, 62; 43, 7, 24, 56, 58, 59, 63, 165

Doniphan, Col. Alexander, 44, 115; 46, 107, 177

Doniphan, Col. Alexander F., 49, 95

Doniphan, Colonel Alexander W., ii, 5, 6, 9n, 12, 13; iv, 134, 136; v, 115; viii, 90; xiii, 90; xii, 12; xiv, 82; xix, 27, 28, 32, 33, 86; xx, 27

Doniphan, Col. Alexander William, xxx, 40-42, passim; xxxi, 70- 72, 79; xxxiii, 112, xxxiv, 159-170 passim; photo, 161; xxxv, 136-137

Doniphan Drive, 49, 95

Doniphan Hotel, xxviii, 30, 32

Doniphan’s Expedition: An Account of the Conquest of Mexico, by John Taylor Hughes, rev., 43, 193

Doniphan’s expedition, 45, 20

Doniphan’s Shadow,” by Eugene O. Porter, art., xvi 170-173

Dooley, Judge Joe B., xxvii, 176, 177, 178

Dooley, K.M., 40, 9

Dooley, Tom, xxii, 100

Dorados (Villa’s body guard), i, 12, 13n

Dorantes, Andres, x, 80

Dorbandt, Robert J., 49, 28, 29

Dormand, Glorian (Mrs. A.L. Leavitt), xv, 90

Dormand, Mrs. Margaret, xv, 90, 91

Dorr, Bob, 42, 51

Dorr, William Meriwether, viii, 85

Dorsey, Blanche R., art., “My Personal Story of the Pancho Villa Raid,” xxvi, 127; photo, 131

Dorsey, Edmond, 42, 126

Dos Arroyos mine, 46, 71

Doty, N.E., xix, 59

Doty, William Patrick, xxix, 160

A Double Bicentennial: Stephen F. Austin (1793-1836) and Sam Houston (1793-1863),” art. by Robert L. Reid, xxxviii, 181

Double Cola Bottling Company, 49, 43

The Double Life of Edwin Bliss Hill,” by Kenneth A. Goldblatt, art., xiii, 4-10sp

Double Mountains (Texas), x, 57, 62n

Dougher, Joe, xiv, 75

Dougher, John, xxix, 139

Doughty, Mrs. Jerry, xxiv, 89

Doughty Case, xxv, 171

Douglas, C.L., The Gentleman in the White Hats: Dramatic Episodes in the History of the.Texas .Rangers, rev., xxxviii, 50

Douglas, David, xix, 83, 87 fn.3

Douglas, Jack, xiv, 75

Douglas, Dr. James, xix, 111, 113

Douglas, Dr. James S., i, 55, 56

Douglas, Senator Stephen A. (Illinois), iv, 8

Douglas, Walter, i, 56; 49, 3-5, 9

Douglas, William O., Fairwell to Texas: A Vanishing Wilderness, rev., xii, 73

Douglas, Arizona, vi, 107; xvii, 111; xix, 108, 111

Douglas, Arizona, 42, 13, 96

Douglas Elementary School, 46, 128

Douglas Street, xxii, 114

Douglass School, xxvii, 27; xxviii, 126; xxxv, 9-10, 11-13; photo (1909), 12

Dow, Antonio and Jane, 47, 194

Dow, Harry, xix, 114

Dow, Les, xxvii, 21, 22

Dowd, C.B., xiv, 52, 54n

Dowd, Charles, xxiv, 106

Dowdrigan, Christopher, v, 43

Dowell, Ben, ii, 93; v, 59, 60, 61, 62, 91; vii, 84, 85, 90; viii, 102; xxix, 139; xxxiii, 63; xxxvi, 57-64, passim; xxxviii, 17-20; photo, 16; 116, 118; 48, 124; 49, 97

Dowell, Benjamin S., xvii, 7, 20 fn.3, 129; xx, 13, 146; xxi, 68, 122, xxiii, 150

Dowell, James, xxi, 70

Dowell, John, xxi, 69

Dowell, Juana Marquez, xxi, 68

Dowell Mary, xxi, 69

Dowell, Nehemiah “Nim,” 49, 97

Dowling, John F., xvi, 12

Dowling, Winifred, rev., 43, 46-47

Down the Chihuahua Trail with Wislizenus.” intro & notes by Eugene O. Porter. Part One, xviii, 21-32; Part Two, xviii, 66-74; Part Three, xviii, 114-118; Part Four, xviii, 169- 180

Down the Santa Fe Trail and Into Mexico: 1846-1847, Susan Shelby Magoffin,” art., by M. C. Gross, 43, 88

Down Went McGinty, by Conrey Bryson, rev., xxii, 191

Downs, Doug and Paul, xxix, 119

Downs, Douglas, 42, 71

Downs, Fane and Nancy Baker Jones, Women and Texas History: Selected Essays, rev., 39, 205

Downtown El Paso,” art. by Conrey Bryson, 39, 145

Downtown El Paso (c. 1911), xxxiii, 194; photo, 195

Downtown Lions Club, xxiii, 112

Downtown Rotary Club, xxii, 185

Doyle, John (Jack), i, 35; x, 21

Doyle, R.E., ii, 93

Doyle’s Saloon (El Paso), i, 35; x; 21, 27

Drachman, Moses, 40, 46

Drachman, Philip, viii, 46, 50

Drachman, Samuel H., viii, 44, 47

Drachman Brothers (Businessmen), vii, 43

Dragnet” (TV series), xv, 92

Drake, Sir Francis, x, 83

Drake, Simeon J., 41, 137, 140

Drama in the Desert: The Hunt for Henry Skillman in the Trans- Pecos, 1862-1864,” art., by Jerry D. Thompson, xxxvii, 107

Dream - Elephant Butte Dam, The,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xxi, 21

Dreben, Sam, xx, 99; xxiv, 63; xxxvi, 89-96; xxxvii, 24-26

Dreben, Sam (Soldier of Fortune), iii, 109, 113, 115, 155

Dripping Springs, 45, 42

Driver, Carolyn Mayfield, art., “Genial Sociability,” 41, 5

Driscoll, Joseph Ignatius, 50, 32

drought years, 44, 90

Drug War, 45, 67

Drummers Special, The,” by Chris P. Fox, art., xxi, 21

Drury Lane Theater (London), xviii, 41

Du Toit, Brian, Boer Settlers in the Southwest, rev., 40, 201

Dublán, Mexico, xii, 7

The Dublin (British frigate), ix, 69

Dublin, Dick, vii, 128

Dubois (Du Bois), Lt. John V.D., iii, 76; viii, 24, 27

Dudley, Francis M., xiv, 90

Dudley, Mrs. Frances M., xxi, 119

Dudley, H.C. xv, 103

Dudley, Col. Nathan A.M., 41, 40

Dudley, Senator R.F., 42, 160

Dudley, R.M., 48, 54, 57

Dudley, Richard M. (State Senator), xxx, 119; xxxi, 198, xxxii, 124, 126; 44, 183

Dudley, Richard Moberly, xiv, 90; xxi, 119; xxii, 37; xxv, 125

Dudley and Orr (contractor), 49, 30

Dudley Bill of January 1921, 42, 160

Dudley Field, 44, 185

Dudley quarry, 48, 57, 60

Dueñas, Antonio, 47, 175-176

Duffus, Robert, xii, 11

Duffy’s Draft Beverages, 43, 149,153

Duffy’s Draft Beverage Company, 49, 49

Dugan, Richard A., art., “Our Sacrifices Will Be Little Enough: Rationing Comes to El Paso 1942-1945,” Part I, 45, 55; Part II, 45, 127

Duhalde, Pedro, 46, 181

Duke, Eleanor, art., “Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy,” 44, 99

Duke, Dr. Eleanor, Lyon, art., “Bullet Holes in the Buick,” xxxiii, 41: rev. 51

Duke, Luther, x, 57

DuMonde, Paul, sketch, xxxiv, 55

Dunbar and Company, 49, 15

Duncan, Captain, vi, 126

Duncan, Major, v, 21, 22, 27

Duncan, Dr. Ernest, xvii, 27

Duncan, George, 47, 43

Duncan, John, xvi, 66

Duncan, Philip L., art., “Recollections of Aragon Draw,” 47, 73

Duncan, Rushford and Clara, 47, 73

Dunigan, Chaplain Patrick, vi, 114

Dunlap, Ellen, xxvi, 119

Dunlap, Jim, art., “Outhouse Inserts,” xxxvi, 193

Dunn, Frances, 49, 131

Dunn, Hattie, xiv, 105

Dunn’s roadhouse, 50, 127, 129

Dunne, Anna Maria, xxvii, 35

Dunne, Bishop, 50, 32

Dunne, Key, xxxv, 171-176f, passim; photo, 175

Dunne, P.E., xxxiv, 26; and daughter Mamie, 27

Dunnegan, Carl, 50, 197

DuPont, Margaret Osborne, xxxv, 145-147 passim; photo, 146

Duquid, Edith, xxii, 81

Duran, Bernardo, 42, 71

Duran, Claude, xxvii, 25

Duran, Estela A., 42, 40

Duran, Federico, 42, 71

Durán, Maria Josefa, 45, 109

Duran, John, v, 54

Duran, Fr. Ramon, xxix, 150

Duran, Thomas R., 42, 40

Durán, Tomás, 45, 109

Duran y Chavez, Fernando, 43, 160

Durango Cathedral archives, 50, 66, 68, 75

Durango, Mexico, x, 81; xxiv, 131

Durazno Avenue, 48, 142

Durkee, Professor Pearl, 44, 101

Durnford, Lawrence A., xx, 23

DuSang, George, 46, 126, 136, 138

Dutch East India Company, x, 82

Dutchover, Diedrich, xxv, 9

Dutton, Laura, photo, xxvi, 125

Dutton, Lyman, xx, 119

Dutton, Oliver, 46, 43

Dutton, Simon, 40, 25

Duval, Capt. Isaac H., xxix, 167

Duval, Judge P.H., v, 59

Duval emigrant party, xxxi, 129

Duvallon, Jose, xxi, 22

Dwyer, Alice, x, 70, 74

Dwyer, Annette and Joseph, 44, 162

Dwyer, Florence French, 40, 5, 26

Dwyer, Hugh, x, 46, 51

Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Magoffin, xxvii, 40

Dwyer, John, 43, 186

Dwyer, T.J., xxviii, 106, 107

Dwyer, Tom, xxii, 18

Dwyer family, 40, 26

Dwyer Rancho, 43, 186

Dwyre, Carrol, xxvii, 79, 80

Dyer, J.P. “Jack,” 49, 12

Dyer Street, 44, 184

Dyetan, Benjamin, v, 94

Dyke, Bill, x, 46, 51

Dymsza, Robert E., xxii, 179; xxiii, 78

Dynamic Mrs. Frank: Pioneer Teacher, Pioneer Historian,” art., by Martha Patterson Peterson, xxxiii, 117

Dyo, Tsutomu, 42, 159

Dyrenforth, G.R., xii, 83

Dziuk, Paula, “The Casners of El Paso,” art., xxiv, 124