[D8847ABE], Letter from Charles Turner Hughes to Alfred Ord Tate, June 29th, 1888


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[D8847ABE], Letter from Charles Turner Hughes to Alfred Ord Tate, June 29th, 1888

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"What is the condition of the Phonograph business. ### Is it entirely ready for the market and have arrangements been made for exploiting it in our territory (New York State, excepting the three Islands and West Chester, Rockland, Putnam and Orange counties) ### We have local agents in all the cities of the State. Browering and myself in Albany and Syracuse, and good men in Buffalo, Rochester, Utica, Binghamton, and Oneida, and visit all of these places often. ### We can see where we could do the Phonograph business in connection with our own to good advantage, and should dislike to have any body represent Mr. Edison in anything in our vicinity. ### Should like to hear from you, and among other things should like to know the price of Phonograph complete as I want one if it is not to expensive." Your friend, Chas. T. Hughes "P.S. Give my regards to T.A. C." [Marginalia: "Ans July 3/88"] "phono quantities"





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