Program for the "Memorial Service to Joseph Bryan and Dedication of the Window given by his Fellow=Laborers on The Times=Dispatch" held at Emmanuel Church, Henrico County, Virginia, June 27, 1909.
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Bryan was the editor, then president of the [Richmond] Times-Dispatch and president of the Richmond News-Leader. His son was John Stewart Bryan, President of William and Mary.
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