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Sidewalk Storyteller: Artist Anne Wallace Still Cementing the History of Lavaca, San Antonio’s Oldest Neighborhood 

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click to enlarge KAT MCCOLLEY DOUCETTE
  • Kat McColley Doucette
Attorney Kat McColley Doucette purchased the Beltrán Espinoza family’s 1910 home and found the Xochimilco Social Club’s original sign in a dilapidated garage. After learning that the club was mentioned in The Unofficial Story, she photographed the sign and recently sent the picture to Wallace. “It makes me very happy that the sidewalk project is connecting people across time, space and generations,” Wallace said.

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