[D8964ABO], Letter from Winfield Scott Hutchinson to Alfred Ord Tate, June 14th, 1889


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[D8964ABO], Letter from Winfield Scott Hutchinson to Alfred Ord Tate, June 14th, 1889

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I saw Major Eaton this morning, but he had to many engagements for to-day that he could not attend to our matters. He said moreover that he should want to look over all of Mr. Edison's phonograph contracts before he could feel competent to advise in regard to new papers. I therefore left with him the new license and the foreign manufacturing contract which we examined together yesterday and he promised to go over the matter and have the papers at Orange on Monday at the time of our arrival there and try to be there himself. I told him that I understood with you that the documents as we left them contains the bargain so that it was only necessary for him to consider whether they were sufficient in form and statement. ## Miss Stevens and Field leave for Boston this S.M. at 4, their plan being to return here on Sunday. I expect to remain over until Monday having over business in New York to morrow. If any change of time of meeting Mr. Edison is necessitated please notify me here as well as Mr. Stevens in Boston.





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