David S[tarr] Jordan
Office of the PresidentCeland Stanford Junior UniversityPalo Alto, CaliforniaPost Office: 'Stanford University'Feb. 25, 1896.Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.Dear Sir:Will it not be possible for you to give a lecture before the Academy of Sciences on something or anything which you have seen in this world at some date in the near future? The date of Monday, April 20, has been reserved for you, but if any other of the Academy's nights would be more convenient to you, it can be arranged for. It will be a very great pleasure toyour many friends to see you on the rostrum of the Academy, and the Academy is at present very appreciative of good things.Very truly yours,[illegible]02069
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