[D8226ZAY], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, August 1st, 1882

Item

Abstract

Encloses Wilber's weekly report. Meadowcroft will send you a copy of your estimates on village plants. Re wiring TAE's house; cost is >$1900. Encloses letter fr Prof. Morton. Chicago: "I have written and telegraphed Bliss that you will not accept the order he has sent and that he must make it for K and L dynamos exclusively and that they must amount to well on to $30,000 otherwise you will not take the order." "Moses tells me that his arc lamp will run in multiple arc provided two lamps are put in series. That would not be a very serious objection practically." TAE: "He has no lamp as yet. The one he shows [fluctuates?] fearfully & uses the Brush ring" Copies memo from Howell in Canada. Mr. Card "is not a successful canvasser..It is said that a good many people avoid him all they can." But still should retain him. TAE: "Card talks too much I think he should be provided with a [----] & be kept on special class such as coal mines or mines out west say Colorado--" Wilber matter: "Now that I have suspended Wilber, there is no objection to Dyer examining all the records..I think we ought to give Wilber a chance to answer the charges against him, but our business must not suffer meantime. It is a most unfortunate and disgraceful matter."

Date

1882-08-01

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8226ZAY

Folder Set

D8226

Title

[D8226ZAY], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, August 1st, 1882

Microfilm ID

61:359

Publisher

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