H[erbert] L. Bridgman
THE STANDARD UNIONPUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON AND SUNDAY MORNINGTelephones: 53005301530253035304Brooklyn Daily Standard, Established 1884Brooklyn Daily Union, Established 1863Dear Prof. Muir:I hare the honor to acknowledge and to accept, with gratitude, the duty, which your favor of the 6th inst., through Prof. Pay imposes upon me, of determining the character of the functions of the Club, in recognition of the presence in this coun of Capt. Umberto Cagni, commanding H. I. M, S: "Napole." I shall avail myself of the power to choose coadjutors, reporting that and the subsequent action of the committee to you and to the Club. Trusting that you may, in person , tender our welcome and congratulations to our distinguished guest, I am,Yours very truly[ILLEGIBLE]Prof. John Muir,Martinez, California:04297
Brooklyn, N. Y.
1908 Oct 13
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
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