The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 25, July 1921 - April, 1922 Page: 299
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sured, felt it keenly, and was somewhat embittered. In all my
intercourse with him I found him as warm hearted, kind and
friendly as when a boy. What he may have said to give offense
to his church associates, if anything, I do not know.
My family is without change except the change which years
bring. My oldest boy is almost 17. My only daughter is the
charming one, nearly three. Uncle Birchard made me a long
visit a few weeks ago. I hunted up and read to him a sort of
journal of our Texas trip, reviving recollections of that interest-
ing time, and of the persons we then met, so many of whom
have passed away.
We both retain the old feeling for you and yours in full meas-
ure. I do not know how much our political differences have
affected your feelings. I trust not at all. One thing, I doubt
not, that as to the practical questions of the present and the
future we are substantially in accord. At any rate I assure
you I am
As ever your friend R B Hayes
P. S. My kindest regards to Mrs. Bryan.
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