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That neighborhood was called Cementville. Landmark 200-foot smokestacks at Alamo Quarry Market are the most visual reminders of the old Alamo Cement Co. plant and nearby working-class community known as “Cementville” that played a significant role in San Antonio’s 20th-century growth

  • Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company Historical
    Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company Historical

    May 10, 2013 Through the vision and leadership of Portland Cement pioneers Loyd, Kalteyer,and Charles Baumberger, who succeeded to the presidency following Kalteyer's death in 1897, the company flourished. In 1908 the plant relocated to a site later known as Cementville near Alamo Heights

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  • Cementville, Texas
    Cementville, Texas

    Two of the six are related to the Alamo Portland Cement Company. The first is the Japanese Sunken Gardens in Brackenridge Park, donated when the cement company relocated to Alamo Heights in 1907. The second is the Alamo Heights ' Subdivision of Lincoln Heights, once known as Cementville, a community that, while not meeting the standard

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  • First Portland Cement Plant, San Antonio Texas
    First Portland Cement Plant, San Antonio Texas

    Nov 02, 2008 FIRST PORTLAND CEMENT PLANT San Antonio, Texas Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company Later the Alamo Cement Company Photos courtesy Stephen Michaels: From the historical marker: In 1908 the plant relocated to a site later known as Cementville near Alamo Heights. The Original quarry became the Japanese Sunken Gardens in Brackenridge Park. The

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  • 'Cementville' preceded Quarry Market
    'Cementville' preceded Quarry Market

    Dec 28, 2017 Landmark 200-foot smokestacks at Alamo Quarry Market are the most visual reminders of the old Alamo Cement Co. plant and nearby working-class community known as “Cementville

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  • Photos: Before the Quarry Market, there was 'Cementville'
    Photos: Before the Quarry Market, there was 'Cementville'

    Jan 02, 2018 1 of 65 This cement plant was part of Cementville, a company town in the early 1900s where the Alamo Quarry Market now stands. Express-News archives Show More Show Less 2 of 65 The Cementville

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  • Paula Allen: Living, working in Cementville
    Paula Allen: Living, working in Cementville

    Mar 20, 2011 The village of Cementville was a company town founded in 1908 for employees of the San Antonio Portland Cement Co. (later Alamo Cement).Longtime San Antonians will remember seeing the Alamo Cement

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  • Cementville, TX - Posts | Facebook
    Cementville, TX - Posts | Facebook

    ((Alamo cement co./ Alamo Quarry Market)) Landmark 200-foot smokestacks at Alamo Quarry Market are the most visual reminders of the old Alamo Cement Co. plant ... and nearby working-class community known as “Cementville” that played a significant role in San Antonio’s 20th-century growth. Before the Quarry Market was a bustling center for shopping, dining and movie-seeing, it was

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  • Cementville townhomes OK'd over protests of damage to
    Cementville townhomes OK'd over protests of damage to

    Jul 14, 2016 1 of 7 STONE WORKS CEMENTVILLE Show More Show Less 2 of 7 CEMENT PLANT CEMENTVILLE - This cement plant was part of Cementville, a company town in the early 1900s where the Alamo Quarry Market now

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  • TSHA | Alamo Cement Company
    TSHA | Alamo Cement Company

    Nov 01, 1994 In 1908 the company was reorganized under the name San Antonio Portland Cement Company and, after material at its original site was exhausted, the plant was moved to a place that came to be known as Cementville. The area became Baumberger Plaza in 1944, and in 1990 the smokestack and kilns of the original plant remained on the site

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  • cementville alamo cement plant
    cementville alamo cement plant

    Sep 22, 2016 Cementville, TX - Home Facebook. Cementville, TX. 132 likes. Cementville was a tiny village in the heart of San Antonio, TX. ... the global cement conglomerate that bought the ALAMO CEMENT plant

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  • Abandoned Factories Then & Now
    Abandoned Factories Then & Now

    Cement was big business in Texas, and San Antonio used to have a whole Cementville of plants. Cementville was demolished in 1980 to make room for a shopping center, so ruins of the original Portland Cement Plant in San Antonio — Alamo Cement moved from this plant after 1907 — are all that's left of the industry

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  • Cementville – Publicly Historians
    Cementville – Publicly Historians

    Oct 08, 2018 Welcome to, Cementville, Texas. Founded in 1908 (1924), Cementville found its foundation strategically situated outside of what was then the city limits of San Antonio. Tasked with the responsibility of supplying a vast majority of San Antonio’s cement, it was essential to save on cost wherever an opportunity allowed

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  • Past Times: 1930s ad for Alamo Cement shows views of ex
    Past Times: 1930s ad for Alamo Cement shows views of ex

    Aug 14, 2015 Aug 14, 2015 The Handbook of Texas entry on Alamo Cement Company says cement from the plant was used in the construction of the state Capitol, among many others. According to a 2011 Paula Allen column, Cementville – referenced in the ad – opened in 1908 at the site of what is now the Alamo Quarry Market, and was where the company was then located

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  • Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company
    Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company

    May 10, 2013 Through the vision and leadership of Portland Cement pioneers Loyd, Kalteyer,and Charles Baumberger, who succeeded to the presidency following Kalteyer's death in 1897, the company flourished. In 1908 the plant relocated to a site later known as Cementville near Alamo Heights

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