[D8905ACU], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Thomas Alva Edison, April 18th, 1889

Item

Abstract

Summary: A.B Dick is sailing to Europe as Edison's representative. He trusts Edison to have letters of introduction ready when he ccomes to New York on the 25th of April, including for Professor Joseph Hammer, at the Paris Exposition. He requests that said letters of introduction would make explicit that Dick alone represents Edison's interests, since others might try to use Edison's name. Dick also requests copies of Edison's patents in foreign countries covering the articulation in the Phonograph, a memorandum contract on the arrangement on Toy Phonographs for the World, and 20 samples ready for him by the time he reaches New York.

Date

1889-04-18

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8905ACU

Folder Set

D8905

Title

[D8905ACU], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Thomas Alva Edison, April 18th, 1889

Microfilm ID

125:221

Publisher

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