The Old Spanish Mission San Antonio de Valero Known as the Alamo Shrine of Texas Liberty 1932

Item

Title

The Old Spanish Mission San Antonio de Valero Known as the Alamo Shrine of Texas Liberty 1932

Description

Mostly blank book, purported to serve as an informational source for San Antonio.

Contributor

Handwritten notes: unknown

Spatial Coverage

San Antonio (Texas)
Mexico
Texas
Rio Grande (Texas/New Mexico/Arizona/California)

Temporal Coverage

1932

Creator

Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, OST Association)

Date

1932

Identifier

SC17_02_50_048 The Old Spanish Mission San Antonio de Valero Known as the Alamo Shrine of Texas Liberty 1932

uri

http://dspace.stmarytx.edu:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/2264

Extent

5.75 x 8.5 inches

Medium

Paper

Language

en-us

Publisher

Daughters of the Republic of Texas

Subject

Thayer, Mr. (Artist)
Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, President 1933~, OST Association)
Texans
Anglo-Americans
Anglo-Saxons
Spaniards
San Diegans
Daughters of the Republic of Texas
The Alamo (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission San Antonio de Valero (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission Conception (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission San Jose (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission San Juan Capistrano (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission Espada (San Antonio, Texas)
Governor's Palace (San Antonio, Texas)
San Fernando Cathedral (San Antonio, Texas)
Mission Burial Park (San Antonio, Texas)
Old Spanish Trail Association
Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Arizona)
Spanish heritage
Spanish history
historical tourism
Old Spanish Trail
missions
missions -- romantic exploration
missions -- Spanish
cities
romantic exploration

Type

Manuscripts