[D8805ACW], Letter from A C Langheim to Thomas Alva Edison, May 16th, 1888


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[D8805ACW], Letter from A C Langheim to Thomas Alva Edison, May 16th, 1888

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[letterhead of Southern/Atlanta agency of Appleton publishers ] "I send you by same mail one of the pamplet as referred to, viz [unclear] and must be that your [unclear]. While I may not have [unclear] the [unclear] planning too much dependent in the [unclear] I feel quite certain that they aid not one, great stress on the perfection of their work which I (as a [unclear]) would have [unclear] my duty. ### When you have read the book, do me the favor to write me your experiments about the [unclear] Coal and Gunners [?]. ### Since I have talked with Dr. Pract about the chances of coal in J.C. and he agreed with me (to some extent). I have not yet [unclear] the [unclear] in which the gold [unclear] is formed, and to which I alluded in my last but will suggest to my friend to get some, and I will then do as I promised. ### Hoping to hear from you again. I am" Yours truly and faithfully, A.C. Langheim Thanks!!!! P.S. Please explain to me how it is that your lectures cause to me an envelope of the 'Dept. of Agriculture" [unclear] J.C.? ### Some one must have found your lectures to me, or it may have been amailed by a friend of yours at the Dept. of Agri. How is it? I open my letter to request you to give me [unclear] end or [unclear] (that I may add it to [unclear] list) if am minimial cabinents."





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