Diplomatic & Consular Officers of the U. S.
July 8, 1911.To theDiplomatic and Consular Officers of the United StateGentlemen:By direction of the President I take pleasure in introducing to you John Muir, Esquire, a distinguished naturalist and explorer, who is about to proceed abroad.I commend Mr. Muir to your attentive consideration and cordially beseak for him such courtesies and assistance as you may be able to render, consistently with your official duties.I am, Gentlemen,Tour obedient servant,[illegible]CB/Da.cur
Washington, D. C.
1911 Jul 8
Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 40.5 cm.
Krux, P. W., "Letter from P.W.Krux to Diplomatic & Consular Officers of the U. S., 1911 Jul 8." (1911). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6136.
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