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February 18, 1918. Dr. Reid Whit, Lexington, Virginia. My dear Dr. White: I enclose you herewith a letter of February 12 from Dr. W. D. Kendig of Kenbridge, Virginia. Under the circumstances as stated, I have accepted the resignation of Dr. Kendig; and wish to ask you for suggestions in appointing his successor. Very truly yours, [illegible] Governor. Enclosure. P.S. Please return Dr. Kendig's letter with your reply.
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February 18, 1918. Dr. Reid White, Lexington, Virginia. My dear Dr. White: I enclose you herewith a letter of February 12 from Dr. W. D. Kendig of Kenbridge, Virginia. Under the circumstances as stated, I have accepted the resignation of Dr. Kendig; and wish to ask you for suggestions in appointing his successor. Very truly yours, [illegible] Governor. Enclosure. P.S. Please return Dr. Kendig's letter with your reply.

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February 18, 1918. Dr. Reid White, Lexington, Virginia. My dear Dr. White: I enclose you herewith a letter of February 12 from Dr. W. D. Kendig of Kenbridge, Virginia. Under the circumstances as stated, I have accepted the resignation of Dr. Kendig; and wish to ask you for suggestions in appointing his successor. Very truly yours, [illegible] Governor. Enclosure. P.S. Please return Dr. Kendig's letter with your reply.