A. D. Mackenzie, MD
President, C. J. SMITH, M. D. Pendleton, Oregon.
Vice Pres., W. J. WILLIAMSON, M. D. Salem, Oregon.
Secretary, A. D. MACKENZIE, M. D.
Treasurer, MAE H.CARDWELL, M. D.
Oregon State Medical Society
DR. J. F. DICKSON, Chairman
DR. H. W. COE
DR. G. M. WELLS
DR. A. C. SMITH
DR. W. F. AMOS
Portland, Oregon, 19th Augt 1902
John Muir Esqr.L. L. D
The Executive Committee have requestted the undersigned to respectfully ask if you would kindly honour the Profession of our State by the delivery of an address, or, lecture when our Society is holding its Annual Meeting,in this City, on the 10 and 11th proximo.
Permit me to mention that this year's meeting promises to be a very important one as it will in a measure realize the comprehensive unification programme organized by our parent society, The American Medical Association; so that the profession shall become more capable and honourable within itself and more useful to the publics.
The result so far attained are on broad lines and promises much among many other very desirable things, the enactment and enforcement of just medical laws and the extension of the principles of science by worthy exponents.
The Committee trust that your engagements and health will permit your acceptance of this there most respectful and sincere invitation.
Yours very respectfully
1902 Aug 19
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Mackenzie, A. D., "Letter from A. D. Mackenzie, MD to John Muir, 1902 Aug 19." (1902). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4703.
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