[D8805AAW], Letter from George Edward Gouraud to Thomas Alva Edison, February 18th, 1888

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Title

[D8805AAW], Letter from George Edward Gouraud to Thomas Alva Edison, February 18th, 1888

Editor's Notes

"ELECTRIC MOTOR, TELEPHONE RECEIVER AND PHONOGRAPH--- ### Don't you think it is well worth while to patent a combination of the above? I feel certain that they will ultimately come into use. If you approve, instruct Dyer accordingly. And in that case get up a good combination machine. The electric motegraph machine has, I believe, been dropped by all of the European companies, so that will be free, the we will secure its use in the combination patent as effectually as though we still had the original." Gouraud. H. [Marginalia: "I am making such an apparatus but its [unclear] use spending money in [unclear] patents, there will be so many new electrical [?] things come up before I get it that the patent will be a good one. E"]

Date

1888-02-18

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8805-F

Microfilm ID

121:221

Document ID

D8805AAW

Publisher

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