[D8137ZBW], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Thomas Logan, July 15th, 1881

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Abstract

Dear Sir, When you have finished the Lamp Co work that you are actually engaged on & Batchelor's work (with the exception of the new non magnetic Dynamo) please discharge every man in the Laboratory and the Machine Shop except Alfred Swanson who will [rest?] as night watchman. Of course Dr Haid, Randolph & the ones working for Mr Claudius will remain. I will procure a four horsepower Baxter Engine and have it sent to Menlo Park. You can disconnect the heavy piece of shafting from the engine & run the shop with the Baxter engine. You will remain, as you are, doing whatever [work?] Dr Haid, Hughes & Claudius may desire. Please ship to the Edison Machine Works 104 Goerck St New York immediately the large lathe the large drill press & large planer, also the various parts of the new non magnetic dynamo which I propose having finished at Goerck St.

Recipient

Date

1881-07-15

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8137ZBW

Folder Set

D8137

Title

[D8137ZBW], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Thomas Logan, July 15th, 1881

Microfilm ID

59:105

Publisher

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