Letters of Introduction
A letter of introduction is a letter written by one person to another, introducing a third person. It should be short, merely stating the purpose of the introduction and containing a few words of recommendation. Such a letter should not, of course, be given unless the person who gives it has reason to believe that the introduction will be of mutual interest and advantage to the persons introduced.
A letter of introduction is left unsealed and generally given to the person introduced who presents it to the person addressed. The word Introducing, followed by the person's name, is written in the lower left-hand corner of the envelope.
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