[D0106AAC], Letter from George Iles to Thomas Alva Edison, February 21st, 1901


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[D0106AAC], Letter from George Iles to Thomas Alva Edison, February 21st, 1901





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


[TAE Marignalia] <Friend Iles I am going to Florida for a month to polish up my intellect to be back first April come over to Laboratory will fill you up with some brutally practical information E>
Park Avenue Hotel
New York, feb. 21,1901
Thomas A. Edison, Esq
Orange, N.J.
My dear Sir,
My book, "Flame, Electricity and the Camera," toward which you gave me generous aid, has had a gratifying sale. The publishers, Doubleday, Page & Co., wish me to write them a second book on INVENTION AND DISCOVERY. In writing its chapters I would be glad to describe your present work in the separation of iron from ore. Indeed, anything you care to say about your other achievements, present or past, will be of interest to the reading public. If I may trouble you by calling at your laboratory pray name any time convenient to yourself, and say within how many minutes I am to bid you farewell.
With high regard,
Respectfully yours
George Iles
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