The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 73
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Affairs of the Association. 73
most loyal and enthusiastic members. He was its Second Vice-
President during the first year of its existence, and First Vice-
President thereafter to the end of his life. Colonel Bryan was a
man of remarkable fine instincts and lofty character. He was
devoted to Texas, in whose history he had played a prominent and
useful part; and his friends feel it particularly appropriate that
he should have spent his last moments in the shadow of the grand
new capitol, which stands the most peculiar symbol of the great-
ness of the State he loved so well.
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