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VFW Post 76 in San Antonio, TX

10 10th St San Antonio, TX 78215
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City Sightseeing Hop-On / Hop-Off San Antonio Tour Photo
4/17/2024 - 6/30/2024
The City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off San Antonio Tour is the way for the entire family to enjoy everything that Alamo City has to offer, such as seeing all the fun attractions and activities  approximately nearby with this hop on & hop off tour experience.
The Veterans of Wars Post 76 is a historical Victoria-style home with columns created to use for veteran affairs.

It is located at Tenth Street, San Antonio Texas 78215. The mission of this house is to foster comraderie among its veterans, along with helping the widows and orphans.

What makes VFW Post 76 interesting, is that they help all United States war heroes. If you fought for this country, you are supported here. Also, donors are treated as partners and everyone cares about the community. According to the members, this home is also said to be haunted. They have said that a young girl runs up and down the stairs, along with a man who likes move furniture,both go by the name of 'Charley'.

VFW Post 76 was issued a charter on June 26, 1917. The organizers of this post were from the Spanish American War. The veterans of this era would meet at the Spanish Mansion until 1946. It was during that year, when the Victorian-style mansion, which consisted of 17 rooms, 5 fireplaces, and 2 kitchens, was leased and then purchased. This is where war troops from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq can receive the most support.

If you care about the people, who have fought to keep our country safe, then you would visit this most notable and historic venue. It is open to the general public, so that we can learn what our troops have been through to help America, and they need our continued support. Nearby, is the Alamo,and Six Flags. So come down and learn about the sacrifices that our troops have made for this country.

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