[D8845AAI], Letter from Brewer (Charles) & Co to Thomas Alva Edison, March 17th, 1888


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[D8845AAI], Letter from Brewer (Charles) & Co to Thomas Alva Edison, March 17th, 1888

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"We have to thank you for the information contained in your letter of the 15th inst and would be pleased to know more about your machine for separating the magnetite from the material sent you. Have you an agent in this city or New York that controls the same and could name price. ### Also can you put us in the way of securing the best veigning machine our correspondent in New Zealand who is interested to work those deposits is an active responsible party from New England, and the writer would be pleased convey him as much information as possible." Yours truly, Chas. Brewer & Co. [Marginalia: "Write and say that we are about errecting a plant for Wethersbee Sherman & Co 40 Wall. The price of the 100 ton per 24 hours is about $1500, price of dynamo $300. I shall have an experimental plant set up at my Lab here in 3 or 4 weeks when you can see it in operation. Fraser Chalmens & Co Chicago deal in vaning machines. E" "Ans Mch 21/88"]




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