June 22 in San Antonio history…

1876
Former President of Mexico Juan Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna dies of old age in Mexico City.

1917 – World War I
Eight companies of the men in training at Camp Funston [now Camp Stanley] will receive pay for their first month’s work Monday and the remaining companies will be paid Wednesday. The first payment w ill be $100 per man with mileage for those who came to the camp from other cities. The camp has a strength of about 2,700 men and this will mean the paying out of almost $300,000 in the two days set for payment. The work will be done by officers in tho finance department of the quartermaster’s department.

1925
A new state law was passed, changing the name of the Southwest Insane Asylum to San Antonio State Hospital.

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