[D8845AAG], Letter from William Preston Hix to Thomas Alva Edison, March 9th, 1888

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Abstract

"In answer to your inquiry "What are you doing about gold ores" when I talked with you last on the subject. I understood you to say that you would not work the ores, but that you would sell the machine to other partners and that you had sold a machine to parties at Lake George to work iron ores. So I ceased doing anything at it. I saw May Banks of August [unclear] and he siad he had made some arrangements to get one for me when I told him that I did not then want it. ### I will come to the Laboratory tomorrow (Saturday) and see you. And if we can make any business arrangement I will take hold of the matter and push it vigorously." Yours, Hix [SEE HIX PUBLISHED LETTER ANNOUNCING HIMSELF AS TAE AGENT IN GEORGIA REGION --- D8845AAG]

Date

1888-03-09

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8845AAG

Folder Set

D8845

Title

[D8845AAG], Letter from William Preston Hix to Thomas Alva Edison, March 9th, 1888

Microfilm ID

123:874

Publisher

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

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