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July 25 in San Antonio history...

1891
The city ordinance is demanding that the steam railways running through the city slow their speed down to six miles an hour.

1935
Postmaster Dan Quill spurned pleas from a veterans organization that oak trees planted in front of the old post office by Teddy Roosevelt not be chopped down.

2002
San Antonio Water System begins adding fluoride to San Antonio’s drinking water after a decades-long debate.

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