[D8960AAQ], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, March 11th, 1889


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[D8960AAQ], Letter from Everett Frazar to Alfred Ord Tate, March 11th, 1889

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"Thanks for your letter of the 8th inst. Am pleased to note that Mr. Edison is well satisfied with Mr. Churchill’s qualifications and that he thinks we have secured a good all around man for elec. Business in China, Japan and Korea. The two copies of agreement, signed by him and witnessed by you I have received, one handed by you to Mr. Churchill. Before you leave Orange tomorrow morning to come and see me and lunch at 1 o’clock, will you please see Mr. Batchelor, to whom I am writing a special letter, in regard to weights of phonograph and extra cylinders, together with the preparation of 10 additional phonographs to be shipped Friday or Saturday of this week? If you will go through that letter with him and take note of such items as I require information upon that you may supply me with some tomorrow, in order that I may write my letter to Japan to overtake Mr. Churchill, I will be obliged. As yet I have not supplied my Yokoham firm with such information as they will expect from me. I am, therefore, seeking it in my letters to Mr. Hatchelor and yourself and shall feel greatly obliged for your kind attentions to same."





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