[D8316ANZ7], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Paul D Dyer, August 14th, 1883

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reply to 10th and telegram stating Stuart send him check for $50; "I am delighted that for once you should be in funds, and hope that ere this you will have been enabled to "BLOW OUT" your numerous personal effects, which a want of the bare necessities of life compelled you to "BLOW UP". For the sake of our credit, I hope you have by this time returned that [--] which you say you were compelled to borrow at Washington. I really sympathize with you in your numerous trial and tribulations about money matters, but in order to save time, I think Mr. Stuart will send you a check when you require it.."# description of Lime "interesting andn amusing", shows advantage of "intimate acquaintance with such artchitectural edifices as Bill McGlory's, Owney Geoghegan and other buildings of the same character in NY, your knowledge of which is well known to all who are acquainted with you. # But joking apart, I cannot but repeat myself and state that I am always glad to get letters fromyou containing information about the general feeling as to electric light matters."; Stuart to direct him to new towns, "it will be some time before you can retire from that State, which you describe as being hotter than "H---"."

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Date

1883-08-14

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8316ANZ7

Folder Set

D8316

Title

[D8316ANZ7], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Paul D Dyer, August 14th, 1883

Microfilm ID

64:1134

Publisher

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