[D8935AAN], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, March 12th, 1889


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[D8935AAN], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, March 12th, 1889

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Edison Electric Light Co.####A.E Kennelly, Edison Laboratory, Orange, N.J####Dear Sir:--####Mr. johnson has instructed me to hae another edition of 3000 copies of the Meter pamphlet printed for Mr. Hammer's order at Paris. I propose to add an appendix containing a record of the recent changes made in consequence of your researches. I also wish to add one or two points of interest; among them a mention of the small amount of energy expended in the registration of the Edison meter. I shall consider it a personal favor if you will glance through the pamphlet to refresh your memory, and suggest to me any other features of interest which should be enlarged upon, or which, perhaps, have been entirely overlooked in the preparation of the paper, as I am anxious that in sending out this edition to Europe we may say all that we can in favor of the chemical system.####Very Truly Yours, W.J Jenks, Director####[name mentions: W.J Jenks, William Hammer, Arthur Kennelly, West Orange Laboratory, Edward Johnson, Edison Electric Light Co]




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