Henry van Dyke
[letterhead]March 151913Dear Mr Muir:I have just proposed Dr. Charles F. Holden for membership in the National Institute of Arts and Letters, his work is ichthyology and the charm with which he has written of out-door life, qualify him. And we want more members from the Pacific Coast.The by-laws require three proposers. I believe you know Mr Holder and I hope you will be willing to be one of his proposers. If so will you write to Mr Henry D. Sedgwick c/o Robert J. Johnson, The Century Magazine? At the05396
1913 Mar 15
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