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Faith isn't the only reason for Ms. Hunt's work. Family pain - tied to her father - accounts for it too.
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Even in Dallas, H. Hunt's fame has eroded since his death nearly 32 years ago. But he once was a household name, not least because Life magazine, in , suggested he might be the richest American. Like a character out of Faulkner, he came south from Illinois in the early 20th century, running a cotton plantation and playing poker professionally before joining the Arkansas oil boom. When C. Hunt was there. Joiner's finances were in disarray. So Mr. Hunt borrowed big and bought him out.
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East Texas proved to have immense oil reserves, and Mr. Hunt emerged its major independent producer, forming the basis of epic wealth. Hunt settled in Dallas and became known for fierce anti-communism, a resistance to conventional philanthropy and unusual ideas about exercise and diet. Far stranger was his domestic life. As that family took shape, Mr. Hunt secretly had four more children by another woman, Frania Tye. Then in middle age, he began an affair with Ruth Ray, a young secretary in his Shreveport, La.
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Hunt considered himself endowed with a genius gene and felt obliged to share it. They lived with their mother in a modest house in Dallas' Lakewood section, under the last name Wright. Hunt paid their expenses and kept living with his first wife in his White Rock Lake mansion a few blocks away. In , Lyda died, and two years later Mr. Hunt married Ruth. She and the children, finally getting their father's last name, now lived in the mansion, called Mount Vernon for its resemblance to George Washington's home. This sounds like a fairy tale ending.
But the children had been happy in the smaller house, with a mother widely recalled for sweetness and compassion. Her memoir Half-Life of a Zealot, out this month, portrays Mr. Hunt as a domineering, unaffectionate father. At home, he wanted Ruth by him always, to the point that she had to sneak upstairs to tell the children good night.
When they misbehaved, he yelled at her. And he continued to have affairs, which he didn't hide. The Swanee Hunt memoir recalls that once, during his relationship with a woman named Ginger, he had the Mount Vernon cook prepare gingerbread instead of the usual dessert. Ruth got the "joke" and fled the table in tears. June was beginning adolescence, a tough time, when the family moved to Mount Vernon. After June confronted her father about his infidelities, he made her board at the Hockaday School - 20 minutes away. June Hunt reluctantly discusses hard times with her father. She said she eventually learned that he himself grew up under a difficult, sometimes violent, father.
But, pressed, she acknowledges that she was crushed when he sent her to boarding school across town. She also recalls feeling terrible for her mother. Ruth Ray Hunt, who died in , was devoutly religious and outwardly sunny. She is remembered by many as a saintly lady who opened her mansion to Bible studies and her pocketbook for untold numbers of charities. She gave money to Baylor University Medical Center, and she volunteered there, visiting hard-hit patients and families.
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But she had a shadowed side from guilt over her long adulterous relationship with H. Hunt and the illegitimacy of their children. As a young mother, she would sometimes take them to church, but not go in herself, saying she didn't deserve to, June Hunt recalled. Nor would she make friends, afraid she would shame them. Hunt said.