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January 30 in San Antonio history...

1916
The International and Great Northern Railroad announces plans to construct new shops and yards on an eighty-acre tract about five and a half miles south of town.   129 more words

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January 29 in San Antonio history...

1917
Robert B. Green opens to the public as the county hospital.

1962
The new 13-story San Antonio Savings building opens at the corner of Commerce and Soledad streets.   19 more words

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Bluebonnets 2014

This is what we’re waiting for, spring in Texas, due in a few weeks, while the northeast digs out of its latest blizzard. After all the rain we’ve had this winter this is what we should be able to expect. 42 more words

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January 28 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1915
A German torpedo-boat is sunk by a Russian submarine off Cape Moen, Denmark.

1968
The new Main Library building opens at S. 86 more words

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January 27 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1915
Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany celebrates his 56th birthday.

1962
“Good morning, Captain!”
Bob Keeshan, better known as Captain Kangaroo, holds two performances with the San Antonio Symphony at Municipal Auditorium at 11:00 a.m. 44 more words

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January 26 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1915
The Germans have sent heavy reinforcements to Hungary to protect the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary from the Russians.  It is reported that victories over the Russians have been gained. 66 more words

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January 25 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1915
German attacks near Ypres are driven back by French forces and by the British west of La Bassee.

1985
Ground is broken on the new 239,000 square-foot campus of Texas Military Institute located near Camp Bullis.   56 more words

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