[D8639B], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, March 18th, 1886

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Title

[D8639B], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, March 18th, 1886

Editor's Notes

Rudd, Chicago, reports grasshopper working forty miles between Chicago and Milwaukee; exhibition for newspapers and a thousand railroad men Friday; prospects are promising but no additional stock sold; trying to place two hundred [shares?] at $30-$35; send safe key; Tate's "two circuits running perfectly"; "Bates ordered circuit Baltimore Harper's Ferry"; "Postal orders expected daily"; Dwight wants more circuits; Wire details on original understanding Canadian roylaty below figures quoted Bates; "No new developments uptown station; "Parent [?] hundred fifty-five firm everything OK"; "mailed details Tampa" [Document includes many deleted lines]

Date

1886-03-18

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Subject

Folder/Volume ID

D8639-F

Microfilm ID

79:1128

Document ID

D8639B

Publisher

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