[D8603ZAL], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Samuel Insull, March 11th, 1886

Item

Abstract

[TAE AL unsigned from Palatka] Your letter about 200 shares and the telegram you previously received [----] refer to same transaction. Don't sell less than 25. Unfortunately, Gilliland telegraphs that both his and my certificates are locked up in our safe at Bergmann He has sent you the key. You can have them transferred if you like, signing as my attorney. ##Tell John Ott and [James?] Gilliland to keep me posted every 2 or 3 days what progress they are making--also Tate. Hamilton at lab has more time--let him do their[?] writing. Tell me the [----] they find. How is Hamilton getting on with the Condensors? ##Has Batchelor wound the 125 volt new dynamo (no spark)? ##When does J. Hood Wright return? ##Get the exact figures for Kruesi's bid for up and downtown station. ##Is Batchelor making a model of the Railway Truck I had designed before I left? ##Send me a North American[?] Review to Ft. Myers.

Recipient

Date

1886-03-11

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8603ZAL

Folder Set

D8603

Title

[D8603ZAL], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Samuel Insull, March 11th, 1886

Microfilm ID

79:90

Publisher

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