[D8847AEG], Letter from Emilie R Bocock to Thomas Alva Edison, December 1888

Item

You can re-use this digital object via this IIIF manifest

Abstract

[illustration] "If Menlo's awfuk sage, the famed electric mage who charms the human voice has little girls or boys to prattle round him, he perhapsrdon, a little maid who dares to add this to his cares; Oh sir, most earnestly I beg you let me buy A talking dolly, one that has a graphophone hid in her bosom! Oh I want a dolly so [unclear] sing to me or say, at evening, 'now I lay me, dolly, down to sleep and pray the Lord my Soul'- ### The Evening Sun last week said it was vain to seek to buy these dolls until month after next, you will won't you, let me buy one, One little dollophone- [unclear] promise you to keep the secret true." To Mr. Edison from Emilie Riena Bocock

Mentions

Date

1888-12-00

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8847AEG

Folder Set

D8847

Title

[D8847AEG], Letter from Emilie R Bocock to Thomas Alva Edison, December 1888

Microfilm ID

124:273

Publisher

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