[D8316AOA9], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Miller F Moore, August 15th, 1883

Item

Abstract

reply to 13th, "I did not understand that you would require Mr. Doubleday to stay at Louisville all through the Exposition." wishes to have man trained there, as Doubleday "is of much greater value to me in our central station work than he can be to you at Louisville. Besides, I think he is a high priced man fo you, as I pay him $75 a month and $2.50 a day for expenses, besides his railroad expenses."; "sorry to hear that you have had the 'shakes'. I certainly congratulate you on the successful running at Louisville, and think that [the plant] will do us a great deal of good."

Recipient

Date

1883-08-15

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8316AOA9

Folder Set

D8316

Title

[D8316AOA9], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Miller F Moore, August 15th, 1883

Microfilm ID

64:1147

Publisher

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