A. I. [?] Rodgers
Professor John MuirHonory A.M. of Harvard UniversityorMy dear MuirIt gave me Sumum pleasure this morning to congratulate you upon the well achieved distinction accorded to you by an Oed & honored institution like Harvard founded in 1638.The conferring of an Honorary A M. degree by an institution like Harvard is a substantial public recognition of which any recipient may be justly proud.I am Very sincerely yoursAlgi [D?] RogersSan Francisco16th Sept.189602148
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