[D8238ZAP], Letter from Theodore Puskas, Joshua Franklin Bailey to Thomas Alva Edison, March 29th, 1882

Item

Abstract

Didn't make reports last week owing to press of business and Bailey's illness. Discusses management (committees of) the manufacturing co. Refers to "financial crash." Discusses formation of new societes for making arrangements in Germany (including starting factory). Mentions Italian plans. Spain: about to close contracts. Russia: good exhibitions there and Finland; Nottbank has M. Force with him; organizing for southern Russia & Polish Russia. Austria-Hungary: Francis Puskas ordered 2 plants for Budapest; will participate in Vienna electrical exhibition; may light Parliament house there. Belgium: may light Chamber of Deputies, etc. Denmark: nothing definite. Holland: about closed for installation at Amsterdam café. Romania: prospects in Bucharest. [This could be useful reference regarding European plans, especially if anything comes of them; but too long to select at 14 pages]

Date

1882-03-29

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8238ZAP

Folder Set

D8238

Title

[D8238ZAP], Letter from Theodore Puskas, Joshua Franklin Bailey to Thomas Alva Edison, March 29th, 1882

Microfilm ID

62:361

Publisher

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