[D8905AAI], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, January 17th, 1889

Item

Abstract

Summary: Frazar thanks Tate for his for of the 16th inst. And is pleased that both Edison and Insull agree with the selection of an expert for China and Japan for both the Phonograph and electric lighting. He regrets that Edison doesn't think he should be sent out by the "Abyssinia," because Frazar would very much like to be able to carry out his cable promise to export machines to Japan within FORTY DAYS.On another steamer he will definitely be thirty days behind but will defer to Edison's judgment. He hopes that Edison's position on the German matter will be CLEARLY and LEGALLY defined without hesitation to stop the Berlin Co from dealing with the Japanese. Wants a rough draft re: phonograph at the earliest convenience. Everett Frazar [Name mentions: Everett Frazar Thos Edison A.O Tate Insull Berlin Co ]

Recipient

Date

1889-01-17

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8905AAI

Folder Set

D8905

Title

[D8905AAI], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, January 17th, 1889

Microfilm ID

125:109

Publisher

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