William Riley Hurst diary, 1974 May-September
Scope and Contents
William writes of his loyalty to President Nixon regardless of the press's portrayal of him. He records some business advice. He becomes interested in panning for gold. He continues to suffer from insomnia and physical pain. He writes of a big drunken fight that broke out among some local boys and refuses to help bail the arrested one out of jail. He tells a local boy that he will pay for his mission if he chooses to go. William continues to struggle with depression.
- 1974 May-September
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1 volume (152 pages) ; 27 cm