[D8630ZCK], Letter from Everett Frazar to Frazar & Co, October 12th, 1886

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Abstract

[One-page handwritten to Yokohama office]. "Edison has handed me the following memo." Transcription of Edison's memo: "I want one half doz complete plants from which the manilla is taken and used for rope making. The leaves which contain no fiber need not be sent, neither are the roots desired, but if a root will stand transportation, so as to grow in hot house, would like one. The film from the stalk is ruined for my purpose[s?] by the farmers in their process of getting it, hence I desire the plant whole as I may extract it myself. The stalks should be put in a box (say ten feet long)" Frazer concludes letter asking that Frazar and Co "send to Manilla for the above" and send memo with expenses to TAE.

Recipient

Date

1886-10-12

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8630ZCK

Folder Set

D8630

Title

[D8630ZCK], Letter from Everett Frazar to Frazar & Co, October 12th, 1886

Microfilm ID

79:842

Publisher

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