[D8370ZDK], Letter from George Milton Hopkins to Thomas Alva Edison, December 1st, 1883

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Abstract

My subject in calling you is due the fact that I have sent yopu leter in the past and have received no reply. I will come to the point of this Letter I am extremely desirous in conducting a fw patent cases for you and not for any profit. I care nothing but foe your standing in the electrical world and your world wide reputation. It would great benfit to me to rpocure you a few patents for you. I have had some expericence in this business and I know I can satisfy you. I do not want to intefere with you current plans nor do I need patent lessons Couls you geive me a trial on a few cases? TAE marginalia "The rrouble is that I have an arrangement with Mr. Dyer at our office which I am bound to=But I will see what I can do to bring you into some of our law cases E"

Date

1883-12-01

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Subject

Identifier

D8370ZDK

Folder Set

D8370

Title

[D8370ZDK], Letter from George Milton Hopkins to Thomas Alva Edison, December 1st, 1883

Microfilm ID

70:1053

Publisher

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

Timestamp

December 1, 1883

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