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Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, San Antonio TX | by John R Rogers
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Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, San Antonio TX

The Buckhorn Saloon is another great San Antonio spot full of history & Texas tradition since 1881. The story is told that back then the proprietor Albert Fredrich would accept horns and antlers in trade for free beer or whiskey. The spoils from his barters are decorating the saloon today. On this particular evening I was hired to videotape a private function upstairs. Since the Saloon was closed for the private party I took the opportunity to take a few minutes to capture this historic space.


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Taken on November 16, 2010