[D8952ACO], Letter from Arthur Kitson to Thomas Alva Edison, December 27th, 1889


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[D8952ACO], Letter from Arthur Kitson to Thomas Alva Edison, December 27th, 1889

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Dear Sir, The "Toronto Globe" reports that you are about interesting yourself in the Nickel Ore smelting business, with a view to ultimately engage in the manufacture of Nickel Steel.##I desire to state that I am interested in a Nickel property located near the famous Sudbury mines in Ontario, and am looking about for some one to purchase an interest with a view to developing it. The property comprises over 120 acres & is close to the C>P.R. Railroad. The assay sent me of sample ores taken off the surface gives Nickel 12.37% Copper 4.25% a very much better shewing than the Copper Cliff Mine at Sudbury. The expert sent there writes me, "Theis property in short cannot be beaten in the most famous Nickel mining district in the wold."##If you are interested in the matter I shall be glad to call& see you at any time and place you may appoint. Yours truly, Arthur Kitson.






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