[D8340ZCU], Letter from Spencer Borden to Thomas Alva Edison, September 4th, 1883

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Title

[D8340ZCU], Letter from Spencer Borden to Thomas Alva Edison, September 4th, 1883

Editor's Notes

Yours of 3rd rcd. The Worcester plan has not arrived . The North Adams matter is having attention and the Pittsfield plan in hand of Mr. Kernochan who will reply to Eaton bec. They are friends and they correspond. # Althought there might be no doubt that the Fall River business will be closed the executive committee are anxious that a $20,000 assesment be paid on the 20th of this month. # in my opinion the Ansonia Brass and Copper Co should not be allowed to shut down until this matter is settled, because they will be called upon to furnish the material for undeground conductors. # I will return with a letter if Eugene Sanders. He has such a fine opinion of himself and cannot get himself appreciated at his own valuation by the world. Crushed tragedians are objects of great interest but as Mr.Sanders does not want to but Edison light I am afraid I shall refer his case back to you..

Date

1883-09-04

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8340-F

Microfilm ID

68:443

Document ID

D8340ZCU

Publisher

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