[D8935AAU], Letter from William J Jenks to Thomas Alva Edison, April 22nd, 1889

Item

Abstract

Will you kindly consider with care the correspondence here enclosed?##The call for some sort of direct current transformer is getting louder and louder every day. You will notice Mr. Kruesi's statement of what the Machine Works are ready to do, and what Mr. Johnson is ready to indorse, provided you deem it best that for the present we shall use this apparatus, already practically perfected instead of waiting for the time when your many duties an other interests will allow of the development of the new type which we hope to reeive in due season. Yours very truly, W.J Jenks, Director [no enclosures; TAE marg: I think the Machine works transformer will fill the bill in every respect= All that I could do was towards cheapening not improving as the Machine WksTransformer is more perfect than any known transformer]

Date

1889-04-22

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8935AAU

Folder Set

D8935

Title

[D8935AAU], Letter from William J Jenks to Thomas Alva Edison, April 22nd, 1889

Microfilm ID

126:265

Publisher

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