[D8805AHF], Letter from Osgood S Wiley to Thomas Alva Edison, October 8th, 1888


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[D8805AHF], Letter from Osgood S Wiley to Thomas Alva Edison, October 8th, 1888

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[from London] "Reached here safely-Dredge has gone to Paris till Thursday. We have arranged to put up the plant at Vantin + Newburry Yard. They are gold + silver refiners they have some rolls + crushers there I may be able to utilize + save expense. They are very much interested in the plan + we could not do better than to put it up there. As soon as the apparatus arrives I'll get right to work probably in ten days. I attended a reception at Col. Gouraud's Saturday + put the phonograms on that I brought over. They made a hit. There were several musical people there Sir Arthur Sullivan-others. I am to meet Col. Gouraud at the American club at 1pm + we will go over the Phonograph matter. Dredge read your memorandum + is convinced of your right if you will look in the Sept. 28th of London Engineering (if you have not got it send to my brother W. H. Wiley 15 Astor Place for One) You will see following under patents page 32. I enclose it-as its too long [not found]. I will take a copy to Col. G today + show it to him."




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