[D8845AGB], Letter from William Halsted Wiley to Alfred Ord Tate, November 19th, 1888

Item

Abstract

"I have letters from my brother + from Mr. Dredge today + if you will call at my office I will read intro to you. ### The purpose seems to be that matters are not to bad as we thought + Mr. Dredge thinks Osgood has done all right. He says if matters are not in shape to go in with the Ore Separater. Osgood had better do [unclear] with the phonographs as to remain idle would be a great [unclear]. ### I agree fully to this, Osgood [unclear] never to be idle. ### What is the particular 'hitch in the Ore Seperator? I suppose then Osgood left, that everything was arranged. ### Please remember me to Mr. Edison." Yours truly, Wm H. Wiley "I shall be in my office to morrow until time for 2:30 which train I expect to take for Orange unless it rains. Any other day am in from 9:15 to 4:30 would be glad to see you."

Recipient

Date

1888-11-19

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8845AGB

Folder Set

D8845

Title

[D8845AGB], Letter from William Halsted Wiley to Alfred Ord Tate, November 19th, 1888

Microfilm ID

123:1067

Publisher

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

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