[D8938ABQ], Letter from Arnold Marcus to Thomas Alva Edison, November 6th, 1889


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[D8938ABQ], Letter from Arnold Marcus to Thomas Alva Edison, November 6th, 1889

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[TAE marg: "away tomorrow. See him Monday] ]I beg to hand you enclosed copy of sundry papers received from Mr. Upton, in relation to the Pieper Lamp, which was turned over to him for examination. While I do not undertake to judge of the merits of any invention, I should say that in view of the fact that incandescent lamps without exhaust of air might be an important subject for the Company, I think Mr. Upton's dictum somewhat quick. Will you kindly look over the report and let me know your views in relation to it?####Mr. Roman has personally expressed his desire of making your acquaintance and I would thank you if you would give him an opportunity to do so. He telephoned to you to-day for paying a isit to your laboratory and heard that you could neither see him to-morrow nor the day after. Please let me know when it will be convenient for you to do so, and I will take pleasure in communicating with him.




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