[D8603ZAY], Letter from B S Dunning to Thomas Alva Edison, April 28th, 1886

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[ALS from Ft. Myers; difficult to read] I understand from Gilliland that you expected to bore[?] an [Artesian Well?] at your place. Will you please drop me a line at 35 Wall[?] [---] and let me know if you still expect to do so. This is the hottest[?] day of the season and at this writing, the [thermometer?] stands at 90 Cent; it is not at all uncomfortable, especially in the shade and has been a nice strong breeze. I have enjoyed my visit[?] here very much, every minute of it, and would like to stay a minute[?] longer, but expect to leave tomorrow, provided the [----] gets back. It has not been here since Sunday.

Author

Date

1886-04-28

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8603ZAY

Folder Set

D8603

Title

[D8603ZAY], Letter from B S Dunning to Thomas Alva Edison, April 28th, 1886

Microfilm ID

79:112

Publisher

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