[D8316ALA], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Edison Electric Illuminating Co (Sunbury), Frank H McCormick, August 2nd, 1883

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Title

[D8316ALA], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Edison Electric Illuminating Co (Sunbury), Frank H McCormick, August 2nd, 1883

Editor's Notes

no wish to quarrel over wiring at Sunbury, perhaps "you are quite right in getting customers in quickly as you can on the terms of payment after 30 days if they are satisfied with the light. All I can say is that our experience in New York is exactly the opposite. It is immaterial to me who does the wiring as long as it is done cheaply and quickly."; surprised that Doubleday is doing work at Sunbury, TAE thought he was working for him and has sent him to Louisville; angry over publication of set of resolutions: "I cannot see any possible justification for introducing such matters in the public press.", gives opponents advantage

Date

1883-08-02

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8316-F

Microfilm ID

64:1047

Document ID

D8316ALA

Publisher

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