[D8954ADZ], Letter from Dyer and Seely to Alfred Ord Tate, November 26th, 1889

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New York, November 26, 1889.####Alfred O. Tate Esq.####Orange,####N.J.####Dear Sir;--####Your letter of the 25th inst. Received and as requested we enclose you herewith a copy of the letter sent by us to Edison Phonograph Toy Manufacturing Co. Our office copy of the drawing whicch we sent to them at the time has not yet been returned.####Yours truly,####Dyer & Seely####[Enclosure]:####New York, Oct. 19, 1889.####Edison Phonograph Toy Manufacturing Co.####95 Milk Street,####Boston,####Mass.####Gentlemen:--####An application of Mr. Edison for the new toy phonograph invented by him before he went to Europe has been allowed by the Patent Office. It covers a large number of improvements in the construction of the toy machine and Mr. Edison has suggested to us that you may wish to arrange for taking out foreign patents on it before the patent is issued in this country. We have now nearly six months in which to do this but if you wish to do anything in the matter you should proceed at once, so as not to delay the issue of the patent here any longer than is necessary.####We enclose a copy of the claims allowed in this country and also our office copy of the drawing so that you an see what the device is. Please return the tracing when you have examined it.####Yours truly,####Dyer & Seely,####[name mentions: Dyer & Seely, Thos Edison, A.O. Tate, Edison Phonograph Toy Manufacturing Co., U.S Patent Office]

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Date

1889-11-26

Decade

1880-1889

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Subject

Identifier

D8954ADZ

Folder Set

D8954

Title

[D8954ADZ], Letter from Dyer and Seely to Alfred Ord Tate, November 26th, 1889

Microfilm ID

127:334

Publisher

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

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