[D8914AAC1], Letter from Walter J McConnell to Alfred Ord Tate, January 22nd, 1889


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[D8914AAC1], Letter from Walter J McConnell to Alfred Ord Tate, January 22nd, 1889

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Your very kind letter was duly received last week and acting upon your suggestion I wrote to the ([-]) mentioned but as yet. I have received no response.##I cannot help but feel that I am loosing valuable time in the matter.##I might mention that their large phonograph corporations in the ([-)] pay they will probably make me a proposition when they are in receipt of phonographs and I shall accept the first one that comes, regardless of the New York ([-]), but in the mean-time I should like very much to receive instructions is the phonograph ([-]), I understand that you are interested in the ([-]) and I ask you to use your influence to aid me in accomplishing my purpose.##I have a splendid letter from my former employee Messes. Cahoovee and Forbes ( formerly equals of the phonograph and graphophones controlling a large territory) and I may say with all due modesty, that I have been successful as an exifbitor





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