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Memoir

Mary Eunice Wead
Regents' Proceedings 805

The Board accepted the resignation of Eunice Wead, Associate Professor of Library Science, who desires to retire at the end of the present term, and directed that the following statement be spread upon the records of the present meeting:

WHEREAS, Miss Mary Eunice Wead, A.B. Smith '02, A.M. Michigan, '27, Associate Professor of Library Science, has tendered her resignation to this Board, and

WHEREAS, Professor Wead has been a member of the University staff since 1917, successively as Assistant Curator and Curator of Rare Books in the General Library, as a member of the staff of the Clements Library, and as a teacher in the Department of Library Science from its first organization to the present, and has throughout that time contributed distinctly to the University's interests through her scholarly studies in the bibliographical field, her services as an instructor, and her wide acquaintance among the students of library science which permitted her to aid effectively in their placement; therefore be it

Resolved, That the Regents of the University of Michigan accept Professor Wead's resignation with regret, expressing to her their appreciation of her long continued and valuable services to the University and their good wishes for the future.