[D8935ABM], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, October 2nd, 1889


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[D8935ABM], Letter from William J Jenks to Arthur Edwin Kennelly, October 2nd, 1889

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Edison Electric Light Co., A.E Kennelly, Esq., Edison's Laboratory, Orange, N.J, Dear Sir:-- In answer to yours of Sept 30th, (which you will pardon me for saying is characteristic of the spirit in which you have entered into all our work), I am sure Mr. Martin cannot fail to appreciate your proposition and make the best possible use of the material you will furnish.##In order to expedite matters I have this morning sent him the curves, all of which I assume are of importance either to him, or to me in the publication of the Minutes. In doing this I have stipulated that he loan me the cuts which he uses in his paper, so that the Association will be at no expense in reproducing this portion of the valuable material.##I am obliged to be away for a day or two, but have said to Mr. Martin that inasmuch as you have signified your intention of meeting him at our convenience I should like to arrange for some time immediately on my return. Of this I will advise you later. Your very truly, W.J Jenks [name mentions:Mr. Martin, Edison Electric Light Co.,]




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