[D8742AAJ], Letter from Samuel Flood Page to Thomas Alva Edison, November 11th, 1887

Item

Abstract

"It has come to our knowledge that a number of your new lamps have been introduced into England without going through this Company, and we have reason to believe that they have been sent into England by Mr. Dyer your representative at Antwerp. I feel certain that you are not aware of these lamps having been sent into England. You will however see that it is of the utmost importance to this Company, who have purchased from the Edison Electric Light Company the whole of their rights that your agent should protect our interests and that everything that belongs to this Company and which comes from America should only be supplied to our order and through us. Feeling sure tha tyou will assist us in ascertaining the number of lamps that have been introduced into England and the persons by whom they have been introduced so that we may receive payment in full for the same and if necessary take proceedings against them."

Date

1887-11-11

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8742AAJ

Folder Set

D8742

Title

[D8742AAJ], Letter from Samuel Flood Page to Thomas Alva Edison, November 11th, 1887

Microfilm ID

120:71

Publisher

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