[D8135ZBC], Letter from Otto A Moses to Thomas Alva Edison, August 31st, 1881

Item

Abstract

"The night before last was a memorable one. The Syndicate attended largely. They were delighted." M. Leon was especially delighted. Maxim, who only lit his lamps for 5 minutes on opening night, lit up his room, but says that not very effective display. Swan lit his and provided much light and many lamps. However, troubles of their own: armature got jammed and and caused central chandelier to go out. "All Paris will talk of this tomorrow." Rothschilds also visited that night when lamps went out. But fixed the next day and ran all night last night. poss select: dh 3oct02

Author

Date

1881-08-31

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8135ZBC

Folder Set

D8135

Title

[D8135ZBC], Letter from Otto A Moses to Thomas Alva Edison, August 31st, 1881

Microfilm ID

58:1025

Publisher

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