E[dward] H. Harriman
Operators after transmitting telegrams which appear unnecessarily long or that could have been sent by TRAIN TELEGRAM ENVELOPE, without prejudice to the Company's interests, ARE REQUIRED to forward same to the Superintendent of Telegraph.
Operators in receiving telegrams should write in full where from, month, date, time received, their own and sending operator's initials.
All messages RECEIVED must be written in ink on these blanks, and those for parties on trains (except trainmen) enclosed in sealed envelopes.
Operators must Note on Back of Telegram Time of Calls and Cause of Delay, if any.
NUMBER REC'D FROM TIME RECEIVED SENDER RECEIVER TELEGRAM
Original letter dimensions: 14 x 20.5 cm.
Harriman, Edward H., "Letter from E[dward] H. Harriman to John Muir, [ca. 1905 Jan]." (1905). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3230.
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