[D8104ZCN], Letter from Edouard Remenyi to Thomas Alva Edison, August 19th, 1881

Item

Abstract

"Since I was with Victor Hugo and Liszt I never was so much in a [sic] intellectual heaven as day before yesterday--I was wide awake, still I was in a dreamland, and I want to remain there, and to nourish myself on that heavenly food--and in the same time I do not wish to be so terribly in debt toward you--otherwise I will be soon bankrupt,--therefore prepare yourself immediately--if not sooner, to a musical assault on your doomed head--and then, only then we will be even.--My most affectionate regards to that sympathetic straightforward luminary Johnson--" (further notes and postscript "looking at your photo--I invent also all sorts of melodies--you bet."

Date

1881-08-19

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8104ZCN

Folder Set

D8104

Title

[D8104ZCN], Letter from Edouard Remenyi to Thomas Alva Edison, August 19th, 1881

Microfilm ID

57:188

Publisher

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