[D8850ACO], Letter from John Canfield Tomlinson to Thomas Alva Edison, August 17th, 1888

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Title

[D8850ACO], Letter from John Canfield Tomlinson to Thomas Alva Edison, August 17th, 1888

Editor's Notes

[from London] "Mr. Theodore Waterhouse, who as you know, has acted in the part as your solicitor, has been requested to represent the Graphophone interest in this Country. Mr. Waterhouse felt some [inhibition?] to do so as he did not want to do anything which would in any way interfere with his present friendly personal and professional relations with you and those identified with your interests. I have explained to Mr. Waterhouse that the Phonograph s in the hands of Col. Gouruad, and that Mr. Gouraud not having [unclear] I can see no [unclear] in his acting for the opposing interest. ### I have taken the liberty of saying further that in any judgment you could have no objection."

Date

1888-08-17

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8850-F

Microfilm ID

124:737

Document ID

D8850ACO

Publisher

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