[D8954AAM], Letter from Richard Nott Dyer to Thomas Alva Edison, January 31st, 1889

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Title

[D8954AAM], Letter from Richard Nott Dyer to Thomas Alva Edison, January 31st, 1889

Editor's Notes

My Dear Mr. Edison: The Board of Examiners in Chief insist on our aruing the three phonograph cases which have been appealed to them, on the 7th. You will recollect that Mr. Seely spoke to you about having a complete phonograph and a apable man to work it, sent to Washington for use at the argument. I hope that you will be able to do this, since In attach a great deal of importance to it in the argument of the case. As I have frequently told you my theory of these matters is to interest the tribunal. One or two good musical cylinders and a couple of cylinders which can be turned off and talked on to, would be about the right thing. The man could go down on the night train. Wednesday, the 6th, and meet me in the morning at 9 o'lock at the Office of George W. Dyer, 1003 F Street. Yours very truly, Rich N Dyer

Date

1889-01-31

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8954-F

Microfilm ID

127:214

Document ID

D8954AAM

Publisher

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