[D8736ACR], Letter from Samuel Insull to Alfred Ord Tate, John F Randolph, July 6th, 1887

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Title

[D8736ACR], Letter from Samuel Insull to Alfred Ord Tate, John F Randolph, July 6th, 1887

Editor's Notes

"Your telegram has just come to hand, stating that both Mr. Edison and Mr. Upton were away yesterday and that you could not see Mr. Hastings. ## I must confess that I do not consider this sufficient excuse for no attention whatever having been paid my telegram of yesterday. Was it owing to the fact that the above gentlemen were all away, of that both of you were away? It would have been quite easy to have advised me by wire yesterday of the exact state of affairs. If I had received a telegram during the day, I should have been in New York myself this morning. I must insist upon my business receiving very prompt attention; if it does not, I shall have to make other arrangements for its transaction" Marginalia by John F. Randolph: "Referred to Mr. Tate"

Date

1887-07-06

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8736-F

Microfilm ID

119:1106

Document ID

D8736ACR

Publisher

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