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November 22 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
An additional aviation unit is to be established on the selected tract of land adjacent to Berg’s Mill, according to Col. W. D. Chitty, commandant of Kelly Field, who returned last night from a conference in Washington.  This property, which was assembled by the Chamber of Commerce, has been under governmental consideration for some time but has finally been passed upon by the War Department and definite authorization for the establishment of the third aviation unit has been given.

1939joskes
With a grand ceremony including fireworks, high school bands and 300 guests of honor, Joske’s dedicates their newly renovated and expanded “Big Store” (right) at the corner of Commerce and Alamo streets.

1963
San Antonio’s Catholic churches were packed with mourners for President Kennedy as soon as the news of his assassination was learned.  Many San Antonians lined the streets as his motorcade passed through the city just yesterday.

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