[D8963AAX], Letter from Walter Henry Miller to Thomas Alva Edison, June 18th, 1889


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[D8963AAX], Letter from Walter Henry Miller to Thomas Alva Edison, June 18th, 1889

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[from Milwaukee] I have not yet heard from you yet, as to whether you received my Phonogram safely. I have not yet received musical records. Mr. Goodwin received a letter stating that you had sent him some records, but they have not arrived yet. ##I am getting along very well here, and have convinced these people here that the Phonograph is the machine. We are putting these machines out every day, and have not rented a Graphophone in two weeks. Mr. Goodwin never shows the Graphophone now unless the people ask to see it. Things look very bright out here for the Phonograph. Mr. Goodwin is very much pleased with the new spectacle. Have not yet gave the new battery a good test, but so far it works satisfactory. Mr. Goodwin is having automatic brushes made for this machines, which is a good idea.## Do not forget to notify me, as to wether you received my Phonogram safely, it contains facts which are important. Please address my letters in case of Wisconsin Phon. Co. I remain Yours Very Truly W H Miller





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