[D8414I], Letter from Mary Stilwell (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison to Samuel Insull, April 30th, 1884

Item

Abstract

Mrs Edison to Insull; writing from 25 Gramercy Park, on black trimmed mourning paper, and her personal initials. Will you engage a wagon from Baumans to be here at eleven oclock tomorrow morning I shall also wnt a man or men to move furniture for one room to another tomorrow afternoon at two oclock or Friday morning a ten I am so awfully sick I afraidI cannot go tonight Just before you start for home send one of the boys over and I will give a decided answer. Just now my head is nearly splitting and my throat is very sore. I will have to have a little money You neglected to send my usual allowance on Saturdau and I will need some tomorrow. [xref D8416BKX and LBCD6061TAE has a cold, too 840426; baumans probaby = Bauman Brothers Furniture Store at 22 E 14th St, cast-iron loft building just west of Union Square, and local NYC historical landmark

Recipient

Date

1884-04-30

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8414I

Folder Set

D8414

Title

[D8414I], Letter from Mary Stilwell (Mrs Thomas A.) Edison to Samuel Insull, April 30th, 1884

Microfilm ID

71:615

Publisher

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