Thursday, July 8, 2010

July 8 in San Antonio history...

1935
Postmaster Dan Quill suggested San Antonians take a last look at the old post office as crews would begin razing it soon to make way for the new building.

1942
The "Victory" tennis ball, made of reclaimed rubber, is practically as good as the peacetime ball, according to Jimmy Langham, tennis instructor at the San Antonio Country Club.

1956
Trustees of the San Antonio Independent School District were expected to authorize the drawing of plans for a new Edison High School. The school was to be on the south side of Fresno Street, east of Blanco Road, and have a capacity of 1,200 students.

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