[D8807AAA], Letter from Central Literary Press, Charles R Brown to Thomas Alva Edison, January 10th, 1888

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Abstract

I have received your letter of recent date stating that you would rather have 7 teeth pulled than write an article re. # If you would kindly name a date when our representative may call (I would be able to come myself if you could make it some day or evening next week) he could get your views on the subject of the "Possibilities of Electricity" and write it up in first class form. In this way I think we could obtain an article which when possible you would be willing to father without going through the [--------] drudgery of preparing it. # If it did not turn out perfectly satisfactory (but I have no doubt of this) we could then place it in the form of an interview and thus publish it. # The audience we control is without doubt the finest in the country being composed of the leading journal in most of the large cities in this country and Canada. The World is our New York [-----------].

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Date

1888-01-10

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8807AAA

Folder Set

D8807

Title

[D8807AAA], Letter from Central Literary Press, Charles R Brown to Thomas Alva Edison, January 10th, 1888

Microfilm ID

121:681

Publisher

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