Report of the Dean of Teachers College: For the Academic Year Ending June 30, 1927
by James E. Russell - 1927
IN RETIRING from the office which I have held for thirty years, I wish to express to the Trustees of Teachers College, to the President of the University, and to all my colleagues my sincere appreciation of their generous forbearance of my shortcomings and their unfailing support in every worthy undertaking. In unity of effort, in devotion to an ideal, in happy personal relationships, these years are unsullied by any instance of disloyalty or petty selfishness. It is a record of which I am inordinately proud and for which I am indebted to the abounding good will of my colleagues.
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