[D8853AAU], Letter from William S Logue to Alfred Ord Tate, January 25th, 1888


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[D8853AAU], Letter from William S Logue to Alfred Ord Tate, January 25th, 1888

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"I am very much impressed with the fact that the trouble on the Morse side of the PRR circuit is caused by the very bad wire and not by the Phone We make another test tomorrow nad will advise you as to the restul. I am working hard to get away from here this week but may possibly be detained. Th wire is not as yet cut into the two offices that the Phone is to be placed and this only lineman is kept very busy with the Telephone and signal wires. ### Condensers ### I enclose you a telegram from Mr Insull in reply to one sent you last night. This might possibly work occassionally but I tried it at 4 of the present offices on the PRR and the results were not by any means good. ### I have procured from the supplies held at Jersey City and Phila PRR offices, condensers to equip the two offices. This takes all the small condensers they had on hand." Yours very truly W.S. Logue [Postscript: "Big snow storm here and still snowing"]





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