Letter Accepting the Resignation of Ira E. Robinson as a Member of the Federal Radio Commission.
[Released January 11, 1932. Dated January 9, 1932]
My dear Judge Robinson:
I have your letter of January 8th tendering your resignation as a member of the Federal Radio Commission. I must, of course, accept your wish in the matter. You have performed a real public service and I wish to express my personal appreciation, to which I know I may add the appreciation of many thousands of your friends and countrymen.
[Hon. Ira E. Robinson, Federal Radio Commission, Washington, D.C.]
Note: Mr. Robinson was a member of the Federal Radio Commission from 1928 to 1932 and served as Chairman from 1928 to 1930. His letter of resignation, dated January 8, 1932, follows:
My dear Mr. President:
I hereby tender my resignation as a member of the Federal Radio Commission, effective January fifteenth. For four years, I have served to the best of my ability, and I leave the service with a consciousness of duty done.
IRA E. ROBINSON
[The President, The White House, Washington]
Herbert Hoover, Letter Accepting the Resignation of Ira E. Robinson as a Member of the Federal Radio Commission. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/207687