[D8123ZAM], Letter from Francis Robbins Upton to Thomas Alva Edison, March 25th, 1881

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Title

[D8123ZAM], Letter from Francis Robbins Upton to Thomas Alva Edison, March 25th, 1881

Editor's Notes

Has water on the knee & confined to house by doctor's orders. Corning Glass hasn't lived up to agreement with Holzer; have only received about 3 gross of bulbs, though 6 more on the way. Holzer went to Brooklyn & arranged for glass from firm there. It will go with Corning glass if of same quality. These are only 2 places to get the glass we need. Stopped for today & tomorrow in order to fix engine foundations. Started Bradley on the sockets. Will improve on wood. He's designing mould for your idea of Plaster Paris. See from curve sheets that lamps that last longest are low volts, shoing they could have been high on the pumps.

Date

1881-03-25

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8123-F

Microfilm ID

57:835

Document ID

D8123ZAM

Publisher

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