[D8960AAP], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, March 7th, 1889


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[D8960AAP], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, March 7th, 1889

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"Enclosed I hand you three copies of the agreement with Mr. Churchill, which I have had signed and witnessed. Will you please call him into your office, have him sign original in ink and duplicate in pencil and witness some for him, returning them to me in Friday? He called at my office today and feels confident that he has fully mastered the use of the Phonograph, except as to taking music on the cylinders, in which the German gentleman in charge agrees to instruct him on Friday and Saturday. If you will have a little talk with Mr. Churchill and satisfy yourself and then so inform Mr. Edison, that you think we have got the proper person to take our work in Japan, China and Korea, I shall feel greatly obliged, for I want you all, as well as myself, to be satisfied that we make a satisfactory start in this business, hoping for the very successful introduction and future for the Edison Phonograph in those countries.### Thanking you for your personal attention and kindness shown in all these and other matters connected with the Edison interests, which I appreciate fully on behalf of my firms abroad, believe me."





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