The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 14, July 1910 - April, 1911 Page: 171
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Affairs of the Association. 171
of students of the University of Texas place a memorial to their
dear friend. Let those men and women who have profited by his
training honor themselves by expressing their appreciation of him
in some noble, substantial form.
I am grateful for the opportunity to have been his student, to
have followed his wise guidance, and to have enjoyed his friend-
Such lives do not end, for such service as he gave is eternal,
and the good which he accomplished will be felt by the uncounted
hundreds, who, in the years to come, will have the advantage of
studying history in our University. The direction which he gave
to this department will be felt every day that the University
exists. KATIE DAFFAN.
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