March 24 in San Antonio history…

1915 – World War I
After the failure of Anglo-French forces to capture the Dardanelles (and the Turkish capital of Constantinople) by sea, it is reported that troops have been landed on Gallipoli and a land invasion is imminent.

1938
San Antonio’s zoning ordinance, 13 months in the making, was given the City Council’s approval today. San Antonio and Houston are the only two major cities in the U.S. without a zoning ordinance.

1966
The groundbreaking is held for the South Texas Medical School and Bexar County Teaching Hospital (later renamed The University of Texas Health Science Center and University Hospital.)

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