This morning, our chapter president, Robin Terazas and our historian, Rita Schimpf were interviewed by local radio host Trey Ware concerning our Confederate monument -- listen to find out more about where it is, the condition its in and what could happen next. Host Trey Ware “[The City should] go find that statue and put … Continue reading Monument Discussion on Morning News
The Travis Park Confederate Monument: The History & Ladies Behind It History of Travis Park and the Confederate Monument The ladies of the United Daughters of the Confederacy – then and now Current lawsuit: The ASJ Chapter 2060 v. the City of San Antonio Robin Terrazas, president and Rita Schimpff are members of the Albert … Continue reading Our Presentation is on the Road!
In our lawsuit against the city, Judge Ezra has ordered both sides of the case to mediation. As a result, further exploration and preservation of the time capsule has been put on hold. After almost a year, the exposed time capsule was finally secured in a climate controlled facility and preservationist expert Pam Rosser was … Continue reading Hearing: January, 2019
Friday, August 24th was a big day for the ASJ 2060 lawsuit against the city of San Antonio. Judge David Ezra indicated that he is placing an order for the time capsule to be opened by a master chosen by both sides of the case. His intention is to save and protect history. Both sides … Continue reading Hearing: August 24, 2018