[D8342ZBO], Letter from Paul D Dyer to Samuel Insull, September 28th, 1883

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Abstract

[from Akron] was enabled to write an encouraging letter to Mr. Stuart this morning, he found a machine shop that was waiting for an estimate for an Edison Isolated Plant form Fairbanks. The shop does not use 40 lights and would be good for the Central Station consumer. "When I made the statement some time ago that the Edison agents should change their method of work, I did not mean that they should depart from that line of moral rectitude that has ever [---] their conduct." Don't know what change would be best, but shouldn't "let a rival company come into a town like this and have it all their own way."

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Recipient

Date

1883-09-28

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8342ZBO

Folder Set

D8342

Title

[D8342ZBO], Letter from Paul D Dyer to Samuel Insull, September 28th, 1883

Microfilm ID

68:753

Publisher

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