[D8960AAU], Letter from Everett Frazar to Thomas Alva Edison, July 23rd, 1889


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[D8960AAU], Letter from Everett Frazar to Thomas Alva Edison, July 23rd, 1889

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I must thank you must cordially on behalf of my Japan and China firms as well as for myself, for the time and interest you devoted last night up to 1 am in giving me the opportunity to inspect and hear the various musical phonograms lately prepared in the Laboratory I shall make special mention of this in my outgoing mail to the East on Friday next. I shall expect to receive Thursday afternoon or early Friday morning the twelve boxes containing six dozen assorted musical cylinders to be sent to Japan by Wells, Fargo express the same day. If Mr. Batchelor will give this his personal attention as he promised to do, I shall be greatly obliged. Please do not forget to furnish me with a personal phonogram from you to Mr. Lindsley, to be enclosed with mine taken by Mr. English last evening, for Mr. Lindsley, both accompanying the 6 dozen above named. These should all be packed securely in one large case marked Frazar & Co., Yokohoma, Japan, E.P.W #1 per express and I should receive some early Friday morning to be in time for the outgoing steamer. I will mention to Mr. Lindsley that the net cost of these cylinders to us is 30 each.




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