[D8603N], Letter from Thomas Peters Conant to Thomas Alva Edison, January 14th, 1886

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Title

[D8603N], Letter from Thomas Peters Conant to Thomas Alva Edison, January 14th, 1886

Editor's Notes

I received a letter today from Andrews, in which he tells me that you wish to see me about various things. If you will let me know what your office hours are and where I can find you, I will do my best to call upon you. I am not sure I can make an engagement for daytime, though I could come any evening next week. I have been at Yonkers since June with Bradley and find him a thoroughly nice man and like him, but candor compels me to admit the fact that the work is a little too slow to suit my taste. I was very glad to hear from you, even indirectly, and shall be happy to meet you once more. "Owing to the fact that I have something on hand this evening which may only be 'arrived at from theoretical considerations,' I must conclude by wishing you the best of fortune and expressing the hope of seeing you soon."

Date

1886-01-14

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8603-F

Microfilm ID

79:52

Document ID

D8603N

Publisher

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