Municipal Archives & Records
This Exhibit features selections from the private collection of Sarah Reveley donated to the City of San Antonio.
The Alamo where a small group of defenders held off the centralist army of General Antonio Lopez De Santa Anna. The Battle and death of the defenders on the morning of March 6, 1836 has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for liberty.
In May 2010, Mayor Julián Castro and a city delegation signed
Friendship City Agreements
Suzhou’s Mayor Yan Li and Wuxi’s Mayor Ma
o Xioping, and attended Expo 2010 Shanghai.
Fiesta 2010 – The Office of the City Clerk presents ONLINE EXHIBIT – FIESTA 2010
The earliest reference of a bridge spanning the San Antonio River dates to 1736, when a priest at the Mission San Antonio de Valero requested that six wooden beams be placed a cross the river just south of the colony of at La Villita.
The Spanish Governor's Palace is a National Historic Landmark in Downtown San Antonio in the U.S. state of Texas. Built in the first half of the 18th century, it was originally intended to protect the nearby San Antonio de Valero Mission (the Alamo) and the growing colony.