[D8735AAM], Report from Edison Lamp Co to Thomas Alva Edison, December 31st, 1887


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[D8735AAM], Report from Edison Lamp Co to Thomas Alva Edison, December 31st, 1887

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Monthly statement of the Edison Lamp Co. Categories include: Corning Glass Works, Bills Payable, Billes due by us, Bills due to us, Sundry accounts, Accounts as per Ledger, European Agency, Edison U. Mfg. Co., Lamps on hand, Lamps manufactured, Lamps received from Small Lamp account, Lamps Returned, Home Shipments, Foreign Shipments, Resistance Lamps Breakage, Home Orders, Foreigh Orders, Small Lamp Shipments, Small Lamp Orders, Small Lamps Made. Second image is a page divided between "Assets Dec. 31 1887" and "Liabilities Dec. 31 1887" and "Apportioned Profit." The Assets section includes figures for the following categories: Stock (fibres, carbon, wires, [-] parts, clamp, glass, exhaust, socket, testing), lamps in Packing Dept., Stock unmanufactured, P. Ind Meters etc, Carbon Button, Cash, Drafts, Foreigh, Sundry accounts, Advances, Real Estate, Buldg. & Fixtures, Mach. & Tools, Carbon Frunace, Lamp Stub account, Arc Lt. Repl. Account, Patents (E. L. Co., T.A.E), Canadian Branch, Assets in process of liquidation. The Liabillities section includes: Bills Payable, Corning Glass Works, Bills due by us, Manhattan Life Insurance Mortgage. The Apportioned Profit section includes: Dividends Paid, bills due to us, Advances Tax Mortgage Insurance, Canadian Branch, Stock Unmanufactured, Stock lamps packing dept, stock powers manuf., stock indicators, Mach. & Tools, Build & Fixtures, Patent account, Carbon Furnace, Lamp stub account, Acc. Lt. Repl. Acct., Carbon button stock, Edison experimental, Fibre Expedition account, Mexico Expedition account, Adjustment, Sundries, Apportioned Loss, Increased Liabilities, Net Profit.




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