Theodore Roosevelt


John Muir


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May 19, 1903. To Whom it May Concern, and especially to all Diplomatic, Consular, Naval and Military Representatives of the United States abroad: This will introduce Mr. John Muir and Mr. Charles S. Sargent, American men of science, to whom I personally desire that all possible courtesy be shown and every aid rendered during their sojourn abroad. Whatever may be done for them I shall regard as a favor to me. [ILLEGIBLE][03249]


Sacramento, Calif.

Date Original

1903 May 19


Original letter dimensions: 23.5 x 36 cm.

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Reel 13, Image 0556

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