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December 19 in San Antonio history...

1916
This morning workmen began construction of the immense stage in Travis Park on which nearly 1,200 musicians will participate in the military concert and Handel’s “Messiah” on Friday evening in connection with the great open-air Christmas musical observance and Christmas tree to be given under the auspices of the Rotary Club.

1937
If snow falls in San Antonio on Christmas or New Year’s it will indeed be a miracle.  In the 52 years the weather bureau has kept records, snow has never fallen on those days.  (Still true. – Ed.)

1968
The City Council agreed today to offer a part of the HemisFair site for the proposed four-year state university, The approval came on an 8-1 vote, the lone dissenter being Councilman Dr. Herbert Calderon, who called the proposal “most unrealistic.” Calderon said the amount of land available at the fair site is “totally inadequate and unrealistic.”

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