[D8847ADY], Letter from George H Hartwell to Thomas Alva Edison, December 22nd, 1888


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[D8847ADY], Letter from George H Hartwell to Thomas Alva Edison, December 22nd, 1888

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[Boston] "I send you by this mail a few of my articles from the Boston Advertiser concerning the Phonograh and electric light which may interest you. I expect to be in New York soon, certainly by the second week in January, and if feasible week after next. I would like very much to have you meet the eminent author and lecturer, Mr. W.H.H. Murray, who is an old personal friend of mine and who will accompany me. As you are doubtless aware, Mr. Murray is likely to be actively connected in the near future with the Phonograph, and his ideas and line of action concerning that wonderful machine, its uses, possibilities and method of introduction, I find to be so much like your own that it would seem to be both desirable and important that he should meet you as soon as possible. Will you kindly name a date when we can see you and let me know as soon as may be and we will meeti it. I should say the earlier the better, after the holidasy. I wish you a very Merry Christmas, and remain," Yours faithfully, G.H. Hartwell




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