[D8226ZAE], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, June 24th, 1882


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[D8226ZAE], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, June 24th, 1882

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Another case of Maxim competition in Holyoke. Rand McNally pleased with their new installation. Shaw's dealings w/ Cincinnati, Baltimore, and Canada. Encloses letter fr Bergmann asking if have objections to selling fixtures for Maxim. Surprised that Mott had resigned instead of taking a leave of absence. Also has some patents. "I dislike to have any dealings with him after the way he has acted this morning, but still it may be well to make this arrangement with him provided you think he can possibly have anything of value." Borden's progress in Fall River. Next Bulletin will have historical sketch of lamp factory; future issues will give similar sketches of the tube works and Goerck St. Steam on at Pearl St. Moore says decided to install village plant in Roselle instead of Rahway. Will send Byllsby up to Lawrence to make estimates for putting in small central station at Lawrence. Written to Fabbri and Adams asking if their friends in Boston will be ready to start a lighting company. Johnson is returning.




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