[D8905AET], Letter from William Farley Brewster to Thomas Alva Edison, July 25th, 1889

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Title

[D8905AET], Letter from William Farley Brewster to Thomas Alva Edison, July 25th, 1889

Editor's Notes

Yours 24th noted. I need no persuading & shall cancel every obligation at the first opportunity. ## Had you responded to my request per [you?] Randolph & personally, I would have been enabled to have cancelled obligation before this & without trouble or expense to you. ## The fact that you are (according to your friends) marvelously well fixed in the way of ready cash, does not make the obligation less than it is! But knowing your present circumstances, I shall worry less in owing you than I would have done in the summer of 84. ## That note is good as wheat if you will let it rest: in any count, unless the threat of [her?]--has been good "that were if you had been my friend you would no longer be," don't put that in the hands of tse who would like to get a whack at me. [name mentions: John F Randolph Thomas Alva Edison William Farley Brewster ]

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Date

1889-07-25

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8905AET

Folder Set

D8905-F

Microfilm ID

125:303

Publisher

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