Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Events & News

«October 2020»
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
272830123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252628293031
1234567

Categories

October 11 in San Antonio history...

1937
San Antonio’s new federal building and post office opens on Alamo Plaza.  Ralph Cameron, a San Antonian, was architect and A. W Kutsch and Sons of Detroit were general contractors. The contract price was $1,768.510.93 but with extras which included features of the building cut out of the original plans and replaced, total cost of the building when entirely completed will aggregate approximately $2,225,000.

1939
San Antonio Public schools, colleges and universities will observe Thanksgiving Day Nov. 30, one week later than the day proclaimed by President Roosevelt, a survey today revealed.

2007
San Antonio City Council votes to purchase the Mission Drive-In property for $3.2 million and redevelop the site for a multi-use complex which includes a public library.

Print
Categories: Texana
Rate this article:
No rating