George R. Noyes
are not convenient for you a date early next September. (The first half of May is taken of by the annual examinations.) The address would be given in Hearst Hall, and in the evening.Hoping that we may have the pleasure of hearing you speak before us, I remain,Faithfully yours,George R. NoyesSecretary.John Muir, Esq. LLDMartinez, California.[letterhead]2249 College Ave.Berkeley, Cal.March 24, 1907.My dear Mr. Muir,The members of our chapter of Phi Beta Kappa feel honored by your acceptance of honorary membership in our Society. We trust that you will be able to be our guest at dinner on Thursday, April 4, at seven o'clock03854
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