[D8717ACJ], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Edison Wiring Co, Edward Hibberd Johnson, December 28th, 1887

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Abstract

Batchelor enclosed a report on the condition of the wiring of TAE's house, with TAE's remarks thereon. Batchelor that he must practically tear out all of the wiring that Noll Bros. put in TAE's house in order to make it what it out to be even for a two wire system. Batchelor notes that TAE paid Noll Bros. $1,-00 for doing the work and they repeatedly assured him that all was right and perfect. Batchelor writes that since the Edison Wiring Co. has bought out Noll Bros. and still keeps Mr. Noll as manager, he believes that the stock of the company cannot be worth much as they will certainly burn somebody down in the near future. Batchelor asks Johnson, as president of Edison Wiring, if there is any redress and whether the Co. will make good the bad work of Noll Bros.?

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Date

1887-12-28

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8717ACJ

Folder Set

D8717

Title

[D8717ACJ], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Edison Wiring Co, Edward Hibberd Johnson, December 28th, 1887

Microfilm ID

119:637

Publisher

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