[D0104AAA], Letter from Owen A Rogers to Richard Nott Dyer, February 1st, 1901


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[D0104AAA], Letter from Owen A Rogers to Richard Nott Dyer, February 1st, 1901






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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University


Feb 1st 1901
My dear Mr. Dyer
Hope you will excuse my long delay in writing to you, as I fully intended doing so sooner, but not being acquainted with the plant thought best to wait so I could give more information.
The battery plant is large enough for about 250 or 300. A 4 type sells per day, but they have to erect a new building, for flake plating lease not started to do so yet.
They have a new building for the chemical works and say its large enough 200 cells of the H. 27 type cells per day, and are making the nickel [illegible] for same have not made any now [illegible]. Aler have started on tools for a type cells but not in full force.
Mr. Burgermann said that he will have some of them made in big factory and will rush them but they have not started yet.
I think they are waiting for the battery that was chipped from Orange, and test it in a truck before going steeper in machinery and book. As the Germans seem to be from (missurey) Are buildings quite a number of small cells for mirrors lamps and they have a batch of about 500 ore test.
Hoping all's well
Most Sincerely
O.A. Rogers
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