[D8945AAW], Letter from Armington and Sims, Pardon Armington to Thomas Alva Edison, September 12th, 1889

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Abstract

Without doubt there will be an exhibiton held in New York in 1892 and if so, this company will desire to make as large an exhibtion as possible. We should, of course, make an exhibit of our different types of Engines, Standard, Compound, Triple Expansion, Double, Direct Comminsed and Veritcal, but we feel that we should do more than this, that having been the pioners in the High Speed Engine business as connected with electric lightning and having now the leading manufactury in the world devised be this class of work, we should show as many Engines at work as possible. Your company will no doubt make a special display and to take time by the forclock our presnt object in writing is to inform you that this compny will furnish you with all of the Engines that you may require, during the exhibition without charge. If you anticipate showing any decided avance in electrical engineering, requiring a Special type of Engine, we shall be pleased to co-operate with you - we have in mind that possibly you might desire to build some Special generater of unusual size requiring a quick running direct connected Engine if so, by giving us ample time, we shall be pleased to meet your wants. We write thus early that there may be ample time to "work up matters" and shall be pleased to hear from you.

Date

1889-09-12

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8945AAW

Folder Set

D8945

Title

[D8945AAW], Letter from Armington and Sims, Pardon Armington to Thomas Alva Edison, September 12th, 1889

Microfilm ID

126:795

Publisher

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