Ca. 1940s, "42--One of the Many Attractive Scenes along the San Antonio River, San Antonio, Texas: The San Antonio River runs through the business section and is crossed by bridges 42 times. These bridges together with the beautiful landscaping along its banks, is often called the Venice of Texas."
"SAN ANTONIO, HOME OF THE ALAMO, GULF BREEZES AND SUNSHINE"
Postmarked August 30, 1945, "61--One of the many Attractive Scenes along the San Antonio River, San Antonio, Texas". "THE VENICE OF TEXAS" Beautification of the San Antonio River has created a unique "River Street" through the heart of the business district which overlooks the outdoor playground."
1945 postcard, "19--Chinese Tea Garden and Sunken Garden, Breckenridge Park, San Antonio, Texas". One of the prettiest sights in San Antonio and visited by thousands of tourists annually."
Ca. 1940s, "30--One of the Many Attractive Scenes along the San Antonio River, San Antonio, Texas" Beautification of the San Antonio River has created a unique "River Street" through the heart of the business district which overlooks the outdoor playground."
On the San Antonio Riverwalk, "The beautiful Fandangos Restaurant at the Holiday Inn Riverwalk open daily for your dining pleasure." Card No. 19412-E.
Theatre and Rivercourt, 1968 World's Fair HemisFair San Antonio, Texas. The Theatre of the Performing Arts, fronted with magnificent mural by Juan O'Gorman. This theatre is used to house the special HemisFair attractions and is a permanent structure. Seen in the foreground is the River Court where visitors arrive at the fair on colorful river boats. The theme structure of the fair, The Tower of the Americas, is seen in the background." Postmarked Hemisfair, Texas September, 1968.
"The Alamo. San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo is a cacred shrine of Texas Liberty. Many of the counties, cities and streets in Texas are named in honor of the heroes that died at the Alamo." Postmarked August 18, 1968.
"The Interior of the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas." Card purchased October 26, 1973.
"Skyline, San Antonio, Texas. Looking north, northwest from observation deck of the Tower of the Americas." Card No. C26114, purchased October 26, 1973.
"Casa Rio Mexican Foods. Catering in the Old Mexico Atmosphere on the Beautiful Patio at the Bank of the winding San Antonio River. 100 W. Commerce. A. F. Beyer - Johnson Smith, Owners & Operators." Card No. SC2951.
"The Arneson River Theater, San Antonio, Tex. Tiers of grass seats can accommodate approximately 1,000 on the left bank of the river while they view
the performances on the stage across this beautiful San Antonio River." Post Card No. DB-218, 3070, postmarked July 25, 1962.
"DB-125 -- Alamo, San Antonio, Texas. Shrine of Texas liberty; this present building is the old chapel of Mission San Antonio de Valero, founded in 1718 by the Franciscan padres. In 1836, the battle cry, 'Remember the Alamo,' carried the Texans to victory at San Jacinto 46 days later."
"St. Anthony Sun Garden Roof. One of the distinctive features of the St. Anthony in San Antonio. San Antonio's largest, completely and continuously air-conditioned hotel. Conveniently located. Auto-Lobby-Garage within hotel with registration desk and direct elevator service to each floor."
"Transit Tower and Plaza Hotel, San Antonio, Texas." Post Card No. P4155, postmarked August 28, 1956.
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