[D8940AAV], Letter from Charles Edward Chinnock to Alfred Ord Tate, March 15th, 1889

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Abstract

New York, March 15, 1889####A.O. Tate, Esq.,####Llewellyn Park, Orange, N.J.####Dear Sir:--####Your favor of the 14th inst at hand. In answer beg to state that I regret misunderstanding your communication.; Please bear in mind that we have no one who thoroughly understands the underground system and we do so little of it that we have not considered it necessary to have a sufficient force to handle the underground system even on a small scale.####You are right in supposing that I realize the necessity of satisfying a customer and, with that idea in view, have forwarded a communication to The Edison Machine Works, asking them to send a competent man to consult with Mr. Kennelly with a view of handing us an estimate for the underground conductors required to make Mr. Burke's installation satisfactory.####On receipt of their bid you can rest assured the matter will receive prompt attention. Believing this will be satisfactory, I remain,####Truly yours,####C.E. Chinnock####Vice President####[name mentions: A.E Kennelly, John Burke, C E Chinnock, Edison Machine Works, A.O. Tate]

Recipient

Date

1889-03-15

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8940AAV

Folder Set

D8940

Title

[D8940AAV], Letter from Charles Edward Chinnock to Alfred Ord Tate, March 15th, 1889

Microfilm ID

126:586

Publisher

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