October 10 in San Antonio history…

1912
Butter Krust bread is first placed on the market by Richter’s Steam Bakery. (right)

1918 – World War I
Five deaths from broncho-pneumonia following influenza were reported at Camp Travis for the 24 hours ending at 8 o’clock this morning.  A total of 736 new influenza cases developed at the camp within the last 24 hours and 160 of pneumonia as a combination from influenza were reported.  This brings the total number of pneumonia cases at the camp to 467 since the disease started.

1972
National Bank of Commerce installs the city’s first automatic teller machine (ATM).

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