[D8905ABV], Letter from Thomas Bernardr Connery to Thomas Alva Edison, March 3rd, 1889

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Title

[D8905ABV], Letter from Thomas Bernardr Connery to Thomas Alva Edison, March 3rd, 1889

Editor's Notes

Richmond Hill, L.I. March 3d 1889 Ans 3.3.89 Dear Mr. Edison## I was very sorry to read of that accident by which you had a narrow escape for the eyes. Let me express the hope that you wil soon be all right again.##Referrig to the Phonograph again, it seems to me to be highly important that the working of it should be made as simple as possilbe before exhibiting it outside the U.S. As the delay in perfecting it to suit your ideas has been so great, my plans have been somewhat interfered with, and I have been obliged to turn my mind to other matters needing my attention. Therefore it is proper to notify you that I could not now leave here inside a month##Though not doubting your intentions to extend the time owing to the impossibility to furnish exhibition machines, still I would like you to make me some assurance on the subject. Yours very truly Thomas B Connery

Date

1889-03-03

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8905ABV

Folder Set

D8905-F

Microfilm ID

125:183

Publisher

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