cunninlynguist Posted September 13, 2011 Share Posted September 13, 2011 My third letter writer is Commissioner of a pretty significant state department, but doesn't want to include any letterhead so as to not implicate any state affairs. He let me view the LOR itself, and it's pretty bare. Just the letter itself with his signature and name at the bottom -- no mention of his position or his department. Is that acceptable? Do admissions committees generally look up references if their name isn't immediately known in the academic community? The content of the letter probably takes precedence anyway, right? Any insight would be much appreciated -- thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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