THE SECOND BATTLE OF THE ALAMO: How Two Women Saved Texas's Most Famous Landmark
Reveals how in 1900, when feisty preservationist Adina Emilia De Zavala learned of plans to raze the building where the martyrs of the Alamo laid down their lives, she hatched a plan to preserve the site, bringing in the Texas banking heiress Clara Driscoll as her partner to finance a purchase that would save it. Photos.
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