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Letter of Resignation

Charles Kasson Wead
Regents' Proceedings 576

The President presented and read the following communication from Professor Chas. K. Wead:

ANN ARBOR, Aug. 24, 1885.

To the Honorable Board of Regents:
GENTLEMEN: I hereby tender my resignation of my position to take effect October 1st next. This action is due partly to the inadequacy of the salary I am receiving and partly to family matters.

I am Yours Respectfully,


Acting Professor of Physics.