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June 30 in San Antonio history...

1912
Hugo & Schmeltzer’s at 613-615 Commerce Street closes.

1918
The eight-story Rand Building at Houston and Soledad streets, has been sold by the owner, Ed Rand, to Pablo Gonzales Garza, known as the corn-milling king of Mexico for a sum of $650,000.  This is the largest single real estate deal ever conducted for a San Antonio business property.

2002
A storm system dumps six inches of rain on the Hill Country and up to ten inches in various places around South Texas. The rain persists for three days and causes San Antonio’s worst flooding since 1998.

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