[D8803AAM], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Henry M Livor, June 2nd, 1888

Item

Abstract

[very faint; difficult to read] "Will you have the kindess at your earliest opportuity to give [illeg line] pertaining to the Edison Ore Milling [Process?] refractory Silver and Gold quartz ores? [illeg line] parties here [--] have a large amount of silver [illeg words] in Colrado which they would like to work [up?], providing the process is an economical and satisfactory one. ## What I want to know is the cost of a complete out-fit of different capacities [illeg] list of the Ore Milling Company; also [illeg] out-fis could be furnished and if there is still anything [lacking?] in the process which would make it necessary to delay the manufacture of these machines? ## I do not know of whom [----] inquiry should b made consequently I appeal to you, as you are in a pposition to get the information I desire. ## Hoping to hear from you soon, I am [signed]. P.S. I have been away most of this week on business, but will forward your contract on Mimeograph within a few days."

Recipient

Date

1888-06-02

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8803AAM

Folder Set

D8803

Title

[D8803AAM], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Henry M Livor, June 2nd, 1888

Microfilm ID

121:135

Publisher

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