[D8964ACG], Letter from Benjamin F Stevens to Thomas Alva Edison, July 16th, 1889


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[D8964ACG], Letter from Benjamin F Stevens to Thomas Alva Edison, July 16th, 1889

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[cover letter for D8964ACH] [from Boston] "I send you copies of two letters which I received from my correspondent in New York whom I asked to obtain all the information he could about the Doll Trade in New York City & you will see how faithfuly he has attended to his duty. ## I do not understand what he mans by saying that parties have contracted for Edisons Dolls etc. ## We are all ready just as soon as we get your model to begin to order from abroad. ## Mr. Hutchinson says he is going on to New York to see Major Eaton about some little differences in the papers as drawn up. I hope there is nothing which will interfere with our business going ahead. Will you assist in helping along the completion of the papers, for we ought to be on the lookiout? I want to show you that we mean business. The stock keeps at par which is under [illeg words] of no manufacture or sales yet. Besides I don't want [illeg] to do anything which may conflict with your interest. Let me know will you if you should hear from our good friend Tate? Let us work together & there is a great future before us. By the way I am in correspondence with a man whom I have every reason to believe will make a good manager if we can get him. His name singularly enough is JOHN DOLL."




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