[D8334ZBJ], Letter from Straight Line Engine Co to Thomas Alva Edison, November 10th, 1883

Item

Abstract

We were not able to settle definitely last Wed. as [----?] which you could build a engine . WE are working with the parties to have exclusive liscense for the work for three years from July 1 1888. # As the company can control the directors to fix the royalties Amounts are listed.# Payment to be made every six months in all engines put in use. # we believe can arrange for the same L for the territory held by the M.C. Bullock Mfg. Co. Our prsesent agreement with them give them all of Lake Michigian.{?} the other went to Misssippi.# We furnish a set of each engine you may require that yu may require we have per engine $100 per engine and make such drawings as you may mail me at the cost of such work. WE can furnish drawings and castings for the two or three sizes.

Date

1883-11-10

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8334ZBJ

Folder Set

D8334

Title

[D8334ZBJ], Letter from Straight Line Engine Co to Thomas Alva Edison, November 10th, 1883

Microfilm ID

67:421

Publisher

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