[D8820AAB], Letter from William Hope Dean to Alfred Ord Tate, March 16th, 1888


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[D8820AAB], Letter from William Hope Dean to Alfred Ord Tate, March 16th, 1888

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"I hae your letter of March the 9th, which was delayed owing to the storm do doubt, with draft for $50, and your acceptance for $150. ### We find that it will not be necessary to renew for the $150, but thank you all the same for your offer of acceptance. You did not endorse the $50 draft in your favour, but I think the Bank here will give me the funds on it, without your endorsement, as it was got at my request. ### Father says he believes your patent on the Incadescent Lamp has been fixed at Ottawa, so that you can go on and manufacture here in Canada. Is that so? And if so, is there any chance of your manufacturing here in Tortonto?. I should like to hear from you; also as to the Phonograph, as my man is getting restless, and also as your opinion of establishing the Incadescent Light Company. Some night when your shorthand man is at your house, and you have a little time, you might write me fully on these subjects. ### I had a card from Harry yesterday, he says Lily is very much better." Yours truly, W.H. Dean





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