[D7838ZET], Letter from Gold and Stock Telegraph Co, George Walker to Thomas Alva Edison, September 21st, 1878

Item

Abstract

has instructed Phelps and Barton to have the "Edison Carbon Telephone" conspicuously placed on each instrument made as agreed to in contract with WU; WU anxious telephones should bear name as well "The success of them is everywhere extremely gratifying." Executive Comm. declined to allow Johnson free use of telephones for exhibitions but Walker will bring to their attention TAE's support for EHJ to exhibit; WU making exhibitions of it with great success at American Institute, also Mechanics' Fair in Boston and Baltimore

Date

1878-09-21

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Identifier

D7838ZET

Folder Set

D7838

Title

[D7838ZET], Letter from Gold and Stock Telegraph Co, George Walker to Thomas Alva Edison, September 21st, 1878

Microfilm ID

19:768

Publisher

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