[D8830AAO], Letter from William J Jenks to Thomas Alva Edison, May 23rd, 1888


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[D8830AAO], Letter from William J Jenks to Thomas Alva Edison, May 23rd, 1888

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"You are respectfully informed that at the meeting of the Standardizing Bureau, held Tuesday May 22nd, it was voted to hold meetings of the Bureau hereafter on Tuesday of Each Week at one o'clock P.M. at the offices of the company, No. 16 Broad Street. ### It was also decided that the plan should hereafter be pursued of taking up one special subject for discussion at each meeting, and without depending upon the active members of the Bureau to present formal reports upon the different subjects, each member should formulate such ideas as he might entertain thereon, and come prepared to present them. It was also thought to be especially desirable that when possible models or sketches of any proposed devices should be brought for examination and discussion. ### At the next meeting on Tuesday, May 29, "Feeder Equalizers," will be the special subject of discussion, and if time permits "Pressure Indicators" also. ### You are requested to be present and to be ready to contribute to the interest of the session." Yours truly, W.J. Jenks






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