[D8820AAP], Letter from Samuel Insull to Alfred Ord Tate, August 14th, 1888


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[D8820AAP], Letter from Samuel Insull to Alfred Ord Tate, August 14th, 1888

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"I have your favor of the 10th inst., which you sent to Dey Street. ### With relation to my wagon, I am compelled to use the very best wagon I have here, and inasmuch as we are having very bad weather I am simply spoiling my expensive rig while waiting for the one that you have. This same remark applies to harness. The harness I sent down is the harness in driving the last two or three days, and it is now in very bad shape. It is probably a very good joke to keep things of this kind, but I think you people should either make up your minds to either keep them permanently, and I can then replace them at your expense-or if not you should send them back. I do not like this kind of thing I can assure you. If you wish I will send down two or three of my best suits of clothes!!!" Yours very truly, Sam Insull





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