[D7802ZAD], Letter from George Harrison Bliss to Thomas Alva Edison, February 2nd, 1878

Item

Abstract

Sorry to be cut out on England but that seems to be his fate -- new Gray telephone seems to be very good but needs foundation patents ahead of Bell -- TAE should be aware that these people will do their best to get a practicable instrument -- Richmond's brother here and making claims regarding loudness of his telephone -- Watson of Bell Telephone is here and says a consolidation is certain to take place; also has electric pen and likes it very much -- Bliss believes TAE still has best instrument -- discusses settling TAE royalty account -- Beetle has just begun to get pens for French manufacture -- Bliss wants rotary press

Date

1878-02-02

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Identifier

D7802ZAD

Folder Set

D7802

Title

[D7802ZAD], Letter from George Harrison Bliss to Thomas Alva Edison, February 2nd, 1878

Microfilm ID

15:213

Publisher

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