- Caption: "San Antonio, Tex. Carnival Flags - The Battle of FLowers" Caption: "The revolution of Texas, against the government of Santa Anna of Mexico, started in 1835, at which time San Antonio had a population of 7,000. The fall of the Alamo, March 6th, 1836 (when Travis, Crockett, Bowie and 180 brave Texans perished), and the battle of San Jacinto, April 22d, 1836, ended the rule under the Mexican flag, and the "Lone Star of Texas" was born. The annual celebration of "The Battle of Flowers" on April 22d is in commemoration of the latter event."
- Postcard Number: 2452
- A postcard celebrates the Battle of Flowers Parade in San Antonio with a waving Texan flag.