[D8812ABA], Letter from Lucy E Day to Thomas Alva Edison, June 28th, 1888

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Abstract

New name mentions: Mr. Hopper and Henry Ballantine. Permit me to thank you for the courtesy shown my party June New York in [---] day and assure you that each one felt that it was a [---] privilege enjoyed by them. Hopper, the editor of the only Chinese paper in New York was persuaded by us to sing me one of his Chinese songs into the Phonograph. # Henry Ballantine of Bombay, India who would have [---] me of the party had it been possible, wished me to tell you that upon his return to New York in September he is very anxious to have an interview with you re the manner in which your scientific ideas could be carried out there India in the right hand. As it was there [---] under the control of those who took no interest in them whatever.

Author

Date

1888-06-28

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8812ABA

Folder Set

D8812

Title

[D8812ABA], Letter from Lucy E Day to Thomas Alva Edison, June 28th, 1888

Microfilm ID

121:828

Publisher

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