[D8523L], Letter from Edison Company for Isolated Lighting, Frank Seymour Hastings to Thomas Alva Edison, February 10th, 1885

Item

Abstract

Gives results of negotiation via telegraph with Mr. Garrison, Treasurer of the Brockton company [referring to issues raised by Garrison in D8523I]. Quotes the text of the telegraphs that went back and forth. Final agreement is that in consideration of Brockton company paying notes and withholding suit, TAE will exchange two large dynamos for new ones with guaranteed capacity of 1600 lamps and exchange the two small dynamos for new ones with a guaranteed capacity of 800 lamps. TAE is to pay freight both ways on the dynamos, and for labor in replacing the dynamos, and the cost of resetting small engine including new bets [belts?] at suitable distance from dynamos. Garrison will use the station men to do the work as much as possible without charge.

Date

1885-02-10

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8523L

Folder Set

D8523

Title

[D8523L], Letter from Edison Company for Isolated Lighting, Frank Seymour Hastings to Thomas Alva Edison, February 10th, 1885

Microfilm ID

77:615

Publisher

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