[D8023ZBK], Letter from Grosvenor Porter Lowrey to Thomas Alva Edison, November 28th, 1880

Item

Abstract

Confined to house for 3 weeks. "It is a good `Maxim' not to crow until you are out of the woods; and that is all I have to say about Maxim." Dr. Lugo claims priority over Maxim. Enclose letter from Fabbri & my reply; should straighten out matter of India & all other countries. Wants to have Eaton on the Board. One member jealous that Eaton consulted without being board member. Necessary to have someone give full time and brain to the business; will wait for first vacancy. Goddard doesn't want Eaton. Have asked Howard Butler, law student, to make study of infringements as collateral to Wilber's investigations. Agree you should also retain Causten Browne. What about retaining Storrow, the Bell Tel man? Hope to see you Wed or Thurs.

Date

1880-11-28

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8023ZBK

Folder Set

D8023

Title

[D8023ZBK], Letter from Grosvenor Porter Lowrey to Thomas Alva Edison, November 28th, 1880

Microfilm ID

54:112

Publisher

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