Letter Accepting the Resignation of Dwight W. Morrow as United States Ambassador to Mexico.
[Released October 4, 1930. Dated September 30, 1930]
My dear Mr. Morrow:
I have received your letter of resignation as Ambassador to Mexico. I must, of course, accept it.
In doing so, I should like to take occasion to express the appreciation I have, and which I know the whole country feels, for the able representation you have given. It has been a service marked with achievement and one in which every one of us must take satisfaction.
[Honorable Dwight W. Morrow, Ambassador to Mexico, Department of State, Washington, D.C.]
Note: Mr. Morrow served as United States Ambassador to Mexico from 1927 to his resignation. He offered his resignation in order to carry on his senatorial campaign as the Republican nominee in New Jersey.
Mr. Morrow's letter of resignation, dated September 30, 1930, and released with the President's letter, follows:
My dear Mr. President:
It is with regret that I hereby tender my resignation as Ambassador to Mexico with the request that you will consider it effective from today.
I desire to express to you my deep appreciation for the unfailing consideration which you extended to me throughout the period during which I was privileged to serve under you
I am, my dear Mr. President,
DWIGHT W. MORROW
[The President, The White House]
Herbert Hoover, Letter Accepting the Resignation of Dwight W. Morrow as United States Ambassador to Mexico. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/211879