Executive Order 1521
Having considered the written arguments for and against the application for reinstatement of Charles H. Quackenbush in the Railway Mail Service, and having reached a conclusion that the offense for which Mr. Quackenbush was removed does not merit more of a penalty than a suspension without pay for a year, and that such penalty has been satisfied, I hereby direct that Mr. Quackenbush may be reinstated in the Railway Mail Service without reference to the provisions of the civil-service rule governing reinstatements.
This order is made without the approval or disapproval of the Civil Service Commission and against the recommendation of the Postmaster General.
The White House,
- April 22, 1912.
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