Letter, Acting Chancellor to G.W.A. Luckey

Title

Letter, Acting Chancellor to G.W.A. Luckey

Subject

Trials
World War, 1914-1918
Luckey, George Washington Andrew, 1855-1933

Description

The acting chancellor, William G. Hastings, wrote to Luckey stating that in light of the hearings he is relieved of his teaching duties.

Publisher

Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries

Date

1918, June 20

Rights

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Language

eng

Original Format

Letter

Text

June
Twenty
1918

Dr. G.W.A. Luckey,
The University.

Dear Doctor:
In view of the uncertainty in which I am and remain as to the allowance of your claim for additional pay for work in the summer school for the last four years down to the present time, and in view of the order of the Regents in the matter of the hearing concerning yourself and the other instructors accused of disloyalty, you are hereby relieved from further service in your classes after tomorrow, June 31, and requested to turn the matter of handling these classes for the remainder of the summer session over to Professor Reed, Director of the Summer School.

Yours very truly,
Acting chancellor

Files

Letter firing luckey.jpg

Citation

“Letter, Acting Chancellor to G.W.A. Luckey,” Nebraska U, accessed October 15, 2018, http://unlhistory.unl.edu/items/show/184.