Hardship

Letter, dated January 31, 1955:

Dear Sir:

As you know, I have found myself increasingly hard put to manage financially in my present position. I think I mentioned this to you at our January 3rd conference, when I tendered my oral resignation.

In consideration of the above, I wish to resign as Graduate Assistant.

Sincerely,
Louis


There was a nice bookplate inside, as well as the same Louis' name written in ink. I'm not sure if the letter was sent, or if he was just holding on to a copy.



Found in "General Logic" by Ralph M. Eaton. Published by Scribners, 1931.


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