[D8959AFE], Letter from Jonathan Lewis Young to Alfred Ord Tate, October 10th, 1889

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Title

[D8959AFE], Letter from Jonathan Lewis Young to Alfred Ord Tate, October 10th, 1889

Editor's Notes

"Nothing first and no machine. Graphophone very busy here but from what I can see they won't stop us. ## You just left in time to think tolerably well of this climate for it has notset in that dull & [illeg]## My friend has gone to Australia on a/c of [Grapho?] at Paris but I am to see him tomorrow Sunday at home & will bring him round. One of his reasons was the desire of parties to [overload?] the Coy & [illeg] interest for cash in the [illeg]## If I can do anything for you here let me know. ## Col G [Gouraud] is serious & I have burned him out of his [illeg] & shall soon have it all officers. He doesn't like it but it is the inevitable.... ## ## I gave a lecture the other night on Phon & Edison & his inventions [illeg paragraph]

Recipient

Date

1889-10-10

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8959-F

Microfilm ID

127:944

Document ID

D8959AFE

Publisher

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