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Department of Mechanical Engineering, 



University of Toronto. 


ROBERT W. ANGUS, B.A.Sc. 


Toronto, Canada, July 7th 1913 


Mem. Am. Soc. M.E. 


PROFESSOR. 


Dr. R. A. Eaiconer, 


President, University of Toronto. 


Dear Mr/ President:- 


I heg to recommend the appointment of the following 


men ±n the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the 
year 1913-1914: 

L. M. Arkley, M.Sc. - Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering. 
J. T. Lagergren, M.E. - Lecturer in Machine Design. 

M. 0. Jackson, E.Sc. - Lecturer in Thermodynamics• 

J. H. Parkin, B.A.Sc. - Demonstrator in Hydraulics (§900) 
D. J. Thomson, E.A.Sc. - Demonstrator in Thermodynamics 


(new appointment). 

I understand that Mr. Traill's appointment is a per¬ 


manent one, but in case that is not true I should of course wish 
him to be appointed as Lecturer in Hydraulics as heretofore. 


I have already written you with rega.rd to George S 
Laing the attendant in the laboratorjr. 

Yours ver^r truly, 




Department of Mechanical Engineering, 



University of Toronto. 


ROBERT W. ANGUS, B.A.Sc. 


Toronto, Canada, Sep. 10th, 1915 



PROFESSOR. 


President Falconer, 

University of Toronto. 

Dear Mr. President 

I should he grateful if you would 
have Mr. Thomas W. Pope reappointed as fireman 
in the Thermodynamics Building for the session 
1912-14, his duties to commence on September 25th. 
Pope was the fireman employed last year. 


Yours very truly 



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Department of Mechanical Engineering, 


University of Toronto. 


ROBERT W. ANGUS, B.A.Sc. 


Toronto, Canada, March 13th, 1914 


Mbm. Am. Soc. M.E. 


PROFESSOR. 


President Falconer, 

University of Toronto. 

Dear Mr. President:- 

I an extremely sorry to trouble you again about 
the matter but I think you have forgotten to answer my 

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letter of February 23rd relating to confirming orders. 


All that I ask is that you kindly send me a 


letter stating that your letter to me of February 19th 
was sent in error. I Just want this so that I may fyle 
it with your original letter for my own satisfaction, and 
I should be very pleased if you could find time to comply 
with my request. •, ,, 


Yours sincerely 



March 14th, .1914 


Professor R. W>. Angus', 

University of Toronto. 

Dear Professor Argus': 

Since you saw ire I nave Dean cut of tv ®^fioe 

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tor oractically a week, ana tr.ere nas teen a great rush of easiness 
since. Wnen 1 wrote you the letter regarding tne iterr that contained 
the note forwarded by Mr. ArKeley, I aid not understand tne full facts 
of tne case. Pad I done so T would not nave found it necessary to 
send you the letter. 

Yours sincerely, 


President. 














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