[D8535ZBB], Letter from Ernst Biedermann to Francis Robbins Upton, July 4th, 1885

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Abstract

Acknowlege receipt of your letter of June 27. ##It is no use to pay the French Co. a royalty, but on the contrary, it would be very advantageous for you and TAE, as well as for us, to get the patents out of their hands, as we discussed when we met in London. By your telegram of the 2nd inst, you inform me that you will stay in Paris until next Wed. Could you arrange to go first to Berlin and afterwards to Geneva, as if you could do so, I could manage to meet you about the 20th inst in Geneva and Mr. Linden[?] of the Gas Co. would also be there so that we could come to a definite decision. ##If you are in Geneva before I could be there, please tell nothing about the proposed transaction to the Edison Co.'s people in Geneva. We must [--------] that we get at least the Austrian and Belgian patents if we cannot get the whole of them.

Date

1885-07-04

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8535ZBB

Folder Set

D8535

Title

[D8535ZBB], Letter from Ernst Biedermann to Francis Robbins Upton, July 4th, 1885

Microfilm ID

78:189

Publisher

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