[D8403ZAB], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, March 2nd, 1884

Item

Abstract

[According to perpetual calendar and references to Batchelor, this letter is likely 1885] Your teleg rcd and I've sent over to the house to hunt for your spring overcoat. Enclose copy of my letter mailed to New Orleans; must have your reply to the part relating to the Ore Milling Co. Telegraph me, because Bell & Co are pressing me daily for reply. Have good chance of getting work for Police & Fire depts. Ground is thawing and will "press Kreusi very hard to hurry the uptown contract [28th dist?]. In fact I propose to give a very great deal of attention to this matter, as we must have the money due us at the earliest possible moment in order to enable me to finance the Tube Co. satisfactorily." "I remain ever sincerely yours,"

Date

1884-03-02

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8403ZAB

Folder Set

D8403

Title

[D8403ZAB], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, March 2nd, 1884

Microfilm ID

71:67

Publisher

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