[D7840ZDH], Letter from James Adams to Thomas Alva Edison, October 20th, 1878

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Abstract

recd TAE's two letters today; will go to Paris on 22nd but can't stay long as hands full in London; Puskas here other day and wanted to know how soon Adams could go to Italy but impossible for at least a month; Bell people softening and won't trouble us just yet; Blakey & Co making telephones thinks would like to come to terms with TAE; fire dept will be first to have telephones and will be mostly underground; has a private place in Gouraud's office for exptg, looks quite a small lab; saw editor of the Journal of Teleg who thought TAE did not send some cuts because TAE thought Preece connected with paper, says once was but no longer and asks TAE to send portrait; wants Bradley reostat so has his own measuring apparatus as he goes from place to place

Author

Date

1878-10-20

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Identifier

D7840ZDH

Folder Set

D7840

Title

[D7840ZDH], Letter from James Adams to Thomas Alva Edison, October 20th, 1878

Microfilm ID

19:953

Publisher

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