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47 Page booklet about San Antonio in 1909. Cover is rubbed, chipped and lightly soiled. Inside pages clean and stapled binding is tight. Booklet was originally made for tourists. Illustrated with photos by Archer.San Antonio had a population Jan. 1, 1909 of 101,994 by actual count. Parks and Plazas 23, 349 acres, value $1090,925.Mean annual temperature 69 degrees; mean maximum temperature 79 degrees, mean minimum temperature 58 degrees. Contents include Parks and Plazas, Climate, Water supply, Fort Sam Houston, Commercial San Antonio, Institutions, Clubs and Club Life, Railroad facilities, Building Development, San Antonio country, Points of Interest. Illustrations include: The Alamo, Main Plaza Showing San Fernando Cathedral and the Court House, Scenes in Brackenridge Park, River scene with 2nd Mission in the distance, San Pedro Springs and Park, Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle. Views of Houston, Commerce, and Alamo Street. View from Market House, the Washer Building, Moore Building with a street car, Alamo Bank Building with horse and buggy, Frost Building, Hicks Building, St. Anthony Hotel, Hot Wells Hotel, The Menger, The Gunter, and The Hutchins. The Missions-Concepecion, San Francisco de la Espada, and San Juan. Also, Federal Building, City Hall, Carnegie Library, Market House, Southern Pacific Depot, I & G N Depot, a Modern Mansion in 1909, a Bungalow, a San Antonio Type, an Old Southern Home, In the residence district (a street seen). Finally, Travis Park, buffalo in Brackenridge Park and more.