The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 35
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David F. Houston's Presidency of Texas A. and M. 35
fect condition," arrived in Austin, having left his family in Mas-
sachusetts until September.5" On August 26, presumably after a
conference with the board of directors of A. and M., Houston
announced that his resignation from A. and M. would take effect
on September 1.80 No doubt Houston welcomed the appointment
at the University. Certainly his achievements at College Station
were great enough for him to view his three years as president
with pride and satisfaction.
l9Ibid., August 24, 1905.
soHouston Post, August 26, 1905.
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