NOTES OF INTRODUCTION





Notes of introduction should be very circumspect as the writers are in

reality vouching for those whom they introduce. Here is a specimen of

such a note.



603 Lexington Ave.,

New York City,

June 15th, 1910.



Rev. Cyrus C. Wiley, D. D.,

Newark, N. J.

My dear Dr. Wiley:

I take the liberty of

presenting to you my friend, Stacy Redfern,

M. D., a young practitioner, who is anxious

to locate in Newark. I have known him many

years and can vouch for his integrity and

professional standing. Any courtesy and

kindness which you may show him will be very

much appreciated by me.

Very sincerely yours,

Franklin Jewett.





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