The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 136
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136 Tewas Historical Association Quarterly.
Papers, which are the sources of the history of the beginnings of
its Anglo-American colonization, and which are, beyond question,
the most valuable single collection in the Southwest.
"Colonel Bryan was a man of singularly pure and refined char-
acter. One could not know him without being impressed by his
sincerity and manly courage, and yet withal by his broadly liberal
toleration of other convictions than his own. His political and
social leadership was of the kind that makes legalized injustice and
corruption in high places impossible, and contact with him was
full of inspiration for young and old to nobler and better living."
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