No. K-246 ca. early 1950s. "International Bridge, Juarez, Mexico-El Paso, Texas. One of the two bridges located two blocks apart forming the only international street car loop in North America. These bridges carry over 20,000,000 persons a year or 50% more traffic than any other port of entry in the United States."

Postmarked June 1958, no. 11975. "Oasis Drive-In - 6100 Montanast, El Paso, Texas - On Hioway 62-180, the Carlsbad Cavern Hiway, the Airport Oasis is just one of the many beautiful Oasis Drive-ins throughout El Paso which are convenient to tourist and home folk alike. Excellent food, moderate prices and cheerful service make the Oasis Drive-Ins the popular places they are."

"Looking South to Old Mexico across the city of El Paso from the Eastern Residential Heights." Card No. 29523.

"Mount Franklin, El Paso, Texas" Card No. 29578.

"The Sands - East Side, El Paso, Texas, 6941 Hwy. 80 East. Individual controlled heat and refrigeration, Heated swimming pool, room phones, complimentary television. AAA recommended." Ca. 1950s.

"El Paso, Texas. Texas Street looking East. Bassett tower and El Paso Natural Gas building in background." Card No. 18771, postmarked December 1958.

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