[D7940M], Letter from Theodore Puskas to Thomas Alva Edison, April 7th, 1879

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Title

[D7940M], Letter from Theodore Puskas to Thomas Alva Edison, April 7th, 1879

Editor's Notes

French Co. very anxious to have new motograph, especially as much attention being given new loud speaking Gower instrument. Wanted to make comparative test but could not get TAE's from Gouraud. Which receiver best for long lines? Sorry to hear from Charlie that Adams is ill again. This may interfere with French Co., which has press but no carbon; "I feel delicate about writing [Adams] to send the carbon as I know that if he could only creep he would come over to help us without giving a thought to the consequences to his health. Fleury of Tyrol offered his services in Germany, Austria, Italy; do you know him? [hahahaha]

Date

1879-04-07

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D7940-F

Microfilm ID

52:266

Document ID

D7940M

Publisher

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