[D8754AAJ], Letter from Edward Dean Adams to Samuel Insull, June 7th, 1887

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Title

[D8754AAJ], Letter from Edward Dean Adams to Samuel Insull, June 7th, 1887

Editor's Notes

Writes to update changes being made at Edison-Gower-Bell Telephone. Control of the company has been given to the "old Company's directors" and now two companies will exist: the old Edison-Gower-Bell company and a new one in Portugal. The new company will be the "Anglo Portuguese Telphone Co." and will be partly owned by the old company. Author advises Edison to hold onto his stock until they have time to see how the changes affect the holdings. States that the old company will exist to prevent Gouraud's from forming a coalition with the Portuguese company and to continue to pursue lawsuits against the "Belgian infringers."

Recipient

Date

1887-06-07

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8754-F

Microfilm ID

120:450

Document ID

D8754AAJ

Publisher

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