[D8316BHP], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Armington and Sims, November 19th, 1883

Item

Abstract

send engine with pulley and a man ASAP. Having to run with just one engine which risks complete and "disastrous" failure; "afraid that our Shamokin plant would come to a standstill" if you don’t send man. Also, running just one engine compels us to reverse current through the meters, which means they don't record and we lose lots of money.

Recipient

Date

1883-11-19

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8316BHP

Folder Set

D8316

Title

[D8316BHP], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Armington and Sims, November 19th, 1883

Microfilm ID

65:506

Publisher

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