[D8960AAY], Letter from Everett Frazar to Charles Batchelor, October 2nd, 1889


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[D8960AAY], Letter from Everett Frazar to Charles Batchelor, October 2nd, 1889

Editor's Notes

I have your favor of the 23rd ulto. And notes that you will report on the samples of wax as soon as received and duly tested in the Laboratory. I yesterday sent you a parcel containing two boxes of sample wax, one from Japan, the other from Korea. These I am given to understand comprise the entire output of wax, mineral or animal. I have already sent you copies of invoice of the Japanese wax and enclose herein a list of samples with code word re: Korean wax. From the note at foot of the invoice you will see that no considerable quantity can be procured in that country and reliable quotations are difficult to get; at the same time, if you find any of some of real value, I will execute any order as promptly as possible. I have yet to hand you samples collected from China and will forward some as soon as received. I shall be pleased to get your report upon the Japan and Korean wax as soon as convenient in triplicate, remaining. [Tate? Marginalia: Turned over to Mr. Aylesworth]





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