[D8814ACK], Letter from E C Boynton, Jr. to Thomas Alva Edison, May 23rd, 1888

Item

Abstract

Your letter was just forwarded to me and I wired my acceptance this A.M. I am somewhat broken down in health due to my confining work of the past year. If such was not the case I could report to you at once. If it would be perfectly convenient for you I would like to have one month in which to recuperate before entering into my duties with you. If, however, such an arrangement be impossible, I will endeavor to report next week on June 1st. Accept my thanks for your offer and be assured that I will do the best I can. Hoping that it will be convenient for you to give me a month's leeway. TAE? Marg: "All right; come in a month."

Date

1888-05-23

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Subject

Identifier

D8814ACK

Folder Set

D8814

Title

[D8814ACK], Letter from E C Boynton, Jr. to Thomas Alva Edison, May 23rd, 1888

Microfilm ID

121:929

Publisher

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