[D8954AAC], Letter from Lemuel Wright Serrell to Thomas Alva Edison, January 8th, 1889

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Abstract

New York, Jan 8th 1889####[Prof?] Thos A. Edison####Dear Sir,####In regard to the interference with Mr. Dickerson on Sextuplex Telegraphs, I succeded in obtaining from the Patent Office an extension of the time for closing your testimony until the 14th inst. but the office objects to granting any further time, therefore you have only this week to get in your evidencce.####Mr. Buckingham called today to enquire when you would begin your testimony, and I explained to him that you had been west, but would return today or tomorrow, when I expected to hear from you.####PLEASE LET ONE KNOW THE DAY, HOUR AND PLACE MOST CONVENIENT TO YOU, also the name and address of the witness you will producce, so that I may serve the necessary formal notices.####Mr. Buckingham stated that the Western Union Co. was desirous of having botht parties to the case put in their testimony, so that the question of priority might be fully determined, and that if you had any bill of expenses in the matter to present the same to the W.W. Co and it would be settled.####We will bring out a short hand writer so as to occupy as little of your time as possible.####Yours truly####Lemuel W. Serrell####- Pinckney####[name mentions: Western Union, E.N Dickerson, Thos Edison, Lemuel Wright Serrell, patent Office]

Date

1889-01-08

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8954AAC

Folder Set

D8954

Title

[D8954AAC], Letter from Lemuel Wright Serrell to Thomas Alva Edison, January 8th, 1889

Microfilm ID

127:201

Publisher

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

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