[D8947AAY], Letter from William E Hibble to Thomas Alva Edison, November 3rd, 1889

Item

Abstract

"I wrote you about the time you left for Paris, and thinking since your return your hands would be full of important business, have refrained troubling you. The weather is severely dry and hot. A good deal of sickness. Some Yellow fever reports at Key West. Everything as level as I can hold it. I have not heard from Mr. Gilliland for a long time. If you can spare a thought long enough to send $100 - will be glad. I have had nothing charged to you. Simmons & Evans store and a dwelling burnt a few nights since." # Marginalia says answered 11/11/89 and "send check for $100 - A. O. Tate"

Date

1889-11-03

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8947AAY

Folder Set

D8947

Title

[D8947AAY], Letter from William E Hibble to Thomas Alva Edison, November 3rd, 1889

Microfilm ID

126:962

Publisher

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