[D8947AAU], Letter from William E Hibble to Thomas Alva Edison, July 11th, 1889

Item

Abstract

[Myers, FL] Mills, who bought the smoke stack through Schultz, has sold out. Spoke to the present proprietor Wilhelm about it and he said he would gladly furnish you any lumber on that account. Some lumber is needed to repair the wharf, for some new gate posts for the main gates, and a little for some other purposes and if you will need the lighter it will call for a new bottom. Rumor has it you hae a light draft steam boat to dend down. If so you can dispense with the lighter. A little carpenter work is needed to complete the new addition if you would like that done. I would like to know so as to make all the necessary arrangements. I will pay Stout for the "Myers Press." I will charge Mr. Gilliland his part 1/3 of work and material done on the wharf. The rainy season is in full blast. # Marginalia says answered 7/22/89

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Date

1889-07-11

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8947AAU

Folder Set

D8947

Title

[D8947AAU], Letter from William E Hibble to Thomas Alva Edison, July 11th, 1889

Microfilm ID

126:957

Publisher

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