Yesteryear Section

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This section is devoted to the days of old. The rich history of this area is not easily found, yet we know it’s out there. We would like our viewers to please help and contribute. If you have an old photo and any information which might relate to the photo it would make for a fascinating section. If your photo is digital, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you only have a print, we could have it scanned and the original will be returned to you.

History of Alamo Heights

Written by Minnie B. Cameron on .

ALAMO HEIGHTS, TEXAS. Alamo Heights, off U.S. Highway 281 five miles northeast of the center of San Antonio in north central Bexar County, has always been economically and socially a part of San Antonio. The area below the headwaters of the San Antonio River in Brackenridge Park in Alamo Heights was an Indian campground...(read more).

History of Terrell Hills

Written by Claudia Hazlewood and The City of Terrell Hills Website on .

TERRELL HILLS, TEXAS. Terrell Hills is a suburban community off the old Austin Highway five miles northeast of downtown San Antonio in central Bexar County. The community was named for Frederick Terrell, who promoted the area as a residential addition in the late 1920s. (read article 1) and (read article 2).

History of Olmos Park

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Olmos Park has a rich history dating back to the mid 1920's when H.C. Thorman, a renowned oilman and real estate tycoon, purchased property from an Austrian count and developed the posh suburb that became known as Olmos Park. Completely surrounded by the City of San Antonio, our residents enjoy both the advantages of a small town and those of a big city. (read more).

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