[D8905AEM], Letter from John Pender to Thomas Alva Edison, July 19th, 1889


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[D8905AEM], Letter from John Pender to Thomas Alva Edison, July 19th, 1889

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I hear from Mr. Verity that you are coming to Paris on the 12th August and that there is a probability of your not visiting London. ## I must take the liberty of saying that I shall take it as a personal affront if you neglect coming to see me at Foots Cray accompanied by your good lady and your daughter. ## You are so identified and have done so much in furtherance of this great Electric development and I myself have devoted so much of my life to its commercial growth that it seems to me that when the history of this development comes to be written an opportunity should be given for a record being made of our [thurs?] meeting together; for remember that science and commerce must always unite to make a great work permanently successful. I may mention to you that in all probability I shall visit Paris when you are there and shall onsider it a very great privilege to look over the Exhibition of Electric Inventions under your auspicies. Please let me know therefore when you will definitively arrive there. Believe me Yours very sincerely [Mr Vender?[ Thomas A Edison Esq Llewellyn Park Orange New Jersey U.S.A





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