Lincoln, Ne. May 31 [no year, but ca. 1915]. pp. on a single sheet. Some old crease marks, else very good. Item #WRCAM21708
A chatty holograph letter from the political and social leader. Following is an excerpt: "My Dear Mr. Berger - I find your letter on my return to the city & thank you for looking into the house matters. I am satisfied you are right as to the wisdom of buying the larger house if we consider it from a pecuniary standpoint but William & Helen preferred a smaller place & having obtained a reduction to 4700 they decided to take it. They may lose a few hundred when they sell but if they have the benefit of it while they live there they can afford to lose a little. It is near the College and I think that adds to the value of it in a social way...I shall reach Grand Lake on the afternoon of June 23 & leave on the morning of the 25th. Yours truly, W.J. Bryan."