[D7819ZDJ], Letter from George Frederick Barker to Thomas Alva Edison, December 14th, 1878

Item

Abstract

discusses Draper's lecture on electric light with assistance from lights made by Wallace who also brought some of his new carbons; went to see Maxim light at Equitable building and encloses drawing of it and describes; notes that A.K. Eaton had patented a metallized button for telephone transmitters; "Mr. Wallace desired me to say to you when I wrote again that if you desired to try any any experiments with quantitity magnetos, or with those of any desired internal resistance he would be very glad to put his collection of machines (almost of every conceivable pattern) at your disposal in Ansonia as well as his power etc. When Mrs. E & the baby are strong enough Mrs. B. and I will come on and spend a day with you.

Date

1878-12-14

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Identifier

D7819ZDJ

Folder Set

D7819

Title

[D7819ZDJ], Letter from George Frederick Barker to Thomas Alva Edison, December 14th, 1878

Microfilm ID

17:1081

Publisher

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