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July 14 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
The Soldiers’ Club on the sixth floor of the Calcasieu building was formally dedicated last night with a brief but interesting program, and turned over to the enlisted men to operate for their own benefit by the War Recreation Board. 132 more words

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July 13 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
The St. Anthony Hotel offers a “Funwilkel Night” for soldiers at Camp FUNston, Camp WILson and Camp KELly.

1922
Ridiculing and denouncing the “Invisible Empire,” Harry Hertzberg, State Senator and Congressional aspirant, asserted that the Ku Klux Klan is the dominant issue in the campaign, and that the Klan has a candidate in the field for the Democratic nomination for Congress. 52 more words

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Cops (1922)

The second entry in our ongoing Short Film Month is an example of Buster Keaton as a short film actor and producer in his film… 284 more words

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July 9 in San Antonio history...

1917
The charter of the San Antonio Public Service Company of San Antonio has been filed with the secretary of state in Austin.

1922
Robert E. 54 more words

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A Comprehensive Guide to the Huge List of Stephen King Projects Headed Our Way in 2017 and 2018

Stephen King hasn’t had a down, or slow year in what feels like forever. He’s widely recognized as the one true living master of horror, and that title is certainly rightful. 882 more words

2017