[D8814ADJ], Letter from Edward Galbraith Thomas to Thomas Alva Edison, August 13th, 1888

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Abstract

[from Hingham? Mass.] I have already taken quite a liberal vacation, but if business is not rushing in the ore milling department, I would like to put off my return until September first. I have not gained health and strength very rapidly, but am much better than when I came away from the lab. If you are waiting for me before starting on any plant I will take a brake(brace?) and return at once, but if you are in no hurry for me I should like to take a little more time. I learn from Hussey that he has succeeded all right in running the plant, and I hope that my absence has caused no trouble.

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Date

1888-08-13

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8814ADJ

Folder Set

D8814

Title

[D8814ADJ], Letter from Edward Galbraith Thomas to Thomas Alva Edison, August 13th, 1888

Microfilm ID

121:961

Publisher

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