[D8905AJP], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Alfred Ord Tate, December 11th, 1889


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[D8905AJP], Letter from Albert Blake Dick to Alfred Ord Tate, December 11th, 1889

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A.B Dick Company, maker of Labor-Saving Devices Mr. A.O Tate Dear Sir--I have wired you in regard to the Phonograph Doll which you were to send me, and also to find out when Mr. Edison will return to Orange. I am quite anxious to know about the matters specified in my late letters concerning Ore Milling. It is a ery poor policy for me to attempt to talk up a business of this kind without knowing the ground on which I stand, and what I can say to the parties when the subject is brought to their ntoice. It is quite desirable to have Mr. Edison's porrposition as soon as possible, so that I will know whether I can afford to interest my friends in this project or not, and I trust you will call Mr.Edison's attention to the matter at a very early date.##I would also like to hear in reference to the foreign trade on Mimeographs before I take any further steps in that direction.##Awaiting your early reply, I am Yours very truly, A.B Dick Company







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