[D8805AGP], Legal Testimony, Samuel Insull, September 22nd, 1888


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[D8805AGP], Legal Testimony, Samuel Insull, September 22nd, 1888

Editor's Notes

"I, the Undersigned, SAMUEL INSULL, General Manager of the Edison Machine Works and representing Mr. Thomas A. Edison as his attorney, state that I have this day removed from the office occupied by Mr. Thomas A. Edison, Mr. John C. Tomlinson and others, at No. 40 Wall Street, New York City, the following papers relating to the business of Mr. Edison and that of the Edison Machine Works, under protest from Mr. R.N. Dyer, who is in charge of said office. ### The papers contained in force japanned iron boxes market respectively 'Edison Shafting Manufacturing Company,' Electric Tube Company', 'Edison Machine Works', and 'Thomas A. Edison'. ### Also papers contained in smaller paste board boxes marked 'Estate of Mary Edison' and 'Phonograph papers.' ### Also papers contained in pigeon holes of the case in said office, and marked 'Phonoplex papers' 'Edison Machine Works v. Standard Rock Drill Company', 'Hamberman v. Machine Works, and 'Miscellaneous papers of Machine Works.' ### Also papers contained in an open desk as follows: 'Miscellaneous papers relating to the phonograph', 'Papers relating to agreements between Powell and the Edison Machine Works', 'Miscellaneous papers relating to the assessment of Mr. Edison as Administrator of the estate of Mary Edison, 'Papers relating to negotiations between Mr. Edison and Mr. Villard, a deed from Disbrow to Charles Batchelor, and a draft deed from Batchelor to Edison."



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