[D8305M], Letter from John H Haldeman to Thomas Alva Edison, August 8th, 1883

Item

Abstract

letterhead: "school of observation / Cor. School and washington streets/ westfield, Mass.", emblem in top left ## "I know you are busy and have about all you can carry, but I know you are willing to add just one more straw to your burden to aid a novice in the patent business."--has received many offers since issue of his patent "What in your judgement is the best plan of disposing of a patent (such as the enclosed circular will explain), for an invento who has no capital? # Would you put such a patent into the hands of a patent broker and on what terms? # Do you know of parties…aided by them…(and names)" ## TAE marg: "The best way is to arrange with reputable firms who sell appliances to which this addition is valuable for its sale in a royalty of 15 @10 pcent on the selling price = patent brokers are generally [found]"

Date

1883-08-08

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8305M

Folder Set

D8305

Title

[D8305M], Letter from John H Haldeman to Thomas Alva Edison, August 8th, 1883

Microfilm ID

64:411

Publisher

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