The only son of the famed politician and orator was a noted attorney, U.S. District Attorney in Arizona (1915-20) and Collector of Customs for the port of Los Angeles (1938-53). Item #31414
ANS, 1p, 7¼" X 10½", n.p., 1931 December 4. Addressed to Henry T. Rainey (1860-1934, Illinois congressman). Very good. Paper clip stain at upper left, else clean and nice. On personal letterhead, Bryan notes, "I was much interested in the enclosed clipping from one of our local papers. Especially in what you have said regarding silver and the tariff question. You may be interested in the enclosed copy of a speech I have been making on these subjects...." Alas, neither of these mentioned enclosures is present.