The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 29, July 1925 - April, 1926 Page: 69
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Springs, Va.) where you can write me. If you will be at home
when I return or go to Ann Arbor I may call with my daughters
and pay you a short visit. I am at last out of debt. I do not
now owe a cent to any one. I have had a load on me for a long
time, but I now feel relieved from the weight. Present me kindly
to Mrs. Hayes and your family.
Guy M. Bryan.
HAYES TO BRYAN
16 July 1883
My dear Guy:
I am very glad to get the good news in your letter of the 6th.
It has been my faith that the growing prosperity of Texas would
bring you out.
We shall be at home the rest of the summer, and will be de-
lighted to see you and your daughters for a good visit to us in
Spiegel Grove. Do not fail to come. Write us if convenient as
to time, but come. Perhaps your route will be via Columbus &
Fostoria, or by Cleveland & Lake Shore Southern Division.
R B Hayes
BRYAN TO HAYES
Wharton, Oct. 13th, 1883.
Up to within two weeks before I left for home I hoped to be
able to visit you, but I am forced by business to return here
earlier than usual. I have been back two weeks and find the
climate hotter than usual at this season of the year. I antici-
pated much pleasure in the proposed visit to you with my chil-
dren. Hally is still at school, and should I go on next summer
I may take her on a trip north, and if you are at home pay you
a visit. She has pleasant memories of you and yours. It would
be a source of great happiness to me to be with you at the old
home of your uncle, where I was so affectionately welcomed and
entertained by him. We are passing away; in a few years none
of our generation will be left. Had I gone to Fremont I would
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