[D8935ABI], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, July 18th, 1889


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[D8935ABI], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, July 18th, 1889

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Mr. Wirt has informed me that you are now prepared to make a report as to the question of conductivity of wires. I should esteem it a favor, and am sure it would add greatly to the interest of the convention, if you would make this report in such form as that in addition to it being a statement to the Bureau, of the work done, it can be read either as a whole or in part as a paper at the association meeting, August 13th. I think it would also add very greatly to the interest of that convention, if you could be present and if you desire, will try and bring it about by an appeal to Mr. Edison, through the officers of this company. Of course you may have other plans, either for going there, or for work which would prevent your attendance. We are now working very earnestly to arrange a programme, which will make this meeting the most successful yet held.####Yours truly, W.J Jenks, Director####[name mentions: Thos Edison, Charles Sumner Wirt, A.E Kennelly, W.J Jenks, West Orange Laboratory, Edison Electric Light Co.]




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