[D8831AAO], Letter from William Dennis Marks to Thomas Alva Edison, February 21st, 1888



"I trust that my request to devise some photometric method of regulation for districts will meet with your approval and have your consideration in time to put in the Phila Station--I wouldn't bother you but my time is so fully occupied that I have no time to experiment:-I remember what you said about Engine design--I should like very much to submit for your approval a design for a compound now condensing high speed Engine unless it would be regarded as a trespass on the work of my elder (Mr. Porter) or for some other reason a useuless expenditure of time on my part.--I think I could give you the simplest stoutest and most economical engine outside of England and perhaps in accurance of regulation far exceed the English masters--I am now so much overworked that I hesitate to sugest this unless you would really like to have me make the attempt, very much. ### I send you blue prints fo rht ePhila Station--as follows [list of 10 blueprints] ### We are now engaged in an attempt to let the foundations on specification of which I send you a copy.--I trust soon to learn that active steps in the organization of a St. Louix Co. are on foot--" TAE marginalia: "I am working on photovultometer will see you about engine soon--will give Porter another chance--E"








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[D8831AAO], Letter from William Dennis Marks to Thomas Alva Edison, February 21st, 1888

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