[D8905AJM], Letter from Robert Underwood Johnson to Thomas Alva Edison, December 10th, 1889

Item

Abstract

Council of the American Copyright League [handwritten]: December 10 1889 Dear Mr. Edison: Your telegram was read at the break fast, and some letter will be bound up with the others in a [------] for the Count. Thanks for the contribution, for which Mr. Scribner will send receipt. The Count was greatly pleased at your attention.##[typed]: Will you kindly tell me whether or not you have an office in the city where the phonograph may be seen, and whether I might have permission to bring Miss Adele aus der Ohe, the pianist, and her sister some day to see the instrument, and, if possible, to see you? Miss Adele aus der Ohe has expressed to me a great deal of interest in the matter, and I should be obliged if you could make an opportunity for me to gratify her. As you must have many calls of this sort upon your good nature, I shall be content to abide by your rule in such matters. [handwritten]: With regrets that you couldn't come on Saturday, I am most sincerely yours R.U Johnson]

Date

1889-12-10

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8905AJM

Folder Set

D8905

Title

[D8905AJM], Letter from Robert Underwood Johnson to Thomas Alva Edison, December 10th, 1889

Microfilm ID

125:504

Publisher

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