[D8805AEA], Letter from Frederick Schelp, Jr. to Ira Mandeville Miller, June 21st, 1888



"I take the pleasure and liberty to write Jan. for same information that. The Ingram Mining and Milling Co. of which I am one of the Directors would like to get and which you can ascertain for me pertaining to the uses and value of "Pelecium" [?] of which we are in shape to furnish in quantity. ### Our mine is in Boulder County Colorado near [unclear] and produces Gold, Silver, and Peluride and we leave our unlimited quantities of Pelaviue Ore. We understand that Mr. Edison [unclear] has written to a Mr. Andover of Bolder County inquiring for Peluride Ore and [unclear] and in what quantity could be produced and knowing is to be one of the best non-conducters of electricity. We thought [unclear] be may know of what use it would be + in what quanitities it could be used and what its value would be. I thought of you and kindly ask the favor of Jan to try and get us as much information as possible wil knowing you could get it if anybody could. #### You will no doubt remember my visit to [unclear] same three in favor years ago in December. ### I am the juniour member of the Fredschelf and [unclear] agents and Ballivier [unclear] and have been for years although now I am in the city. [unclear] of the Schelp Wagon + [unclear] but still interested in the Ballivium from hope I will not trouble you too much + the information you can get will be appreciated. With kindest regards to your father + family + yourself I remain. Yours as ever," Fred Schlep








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[D8805AEA], Letter from Frederick Schelp, Jr. to Ira Mandeville Miller, June 21st, 1888

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