The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 67, July 1963 - April, 1964 Page: 558
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558 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
but the cause for which he worked was his uppermost consideration.
If no one cared he would be sorry, but he would do what had to
be done anyhow. He could not help himself. If the praise which was
his due went to the wrong man he might feel the hurt but he
would not throw up the task. To get the good job done in the best
possible way was the main consideration. The rest was to him
18sAustin American-Statesman, October i2, ig9o, p. 8.
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