[D9238AAE], Letter from Russell Hunting to Thomas Alva Edison, March 9th, 1892


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[D9238AAE], Letter from Russell Hunting to Thomas Alva Edison, March 9th, 1892




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


Letterhead: New England Phonograph Company,
657 Washington Street.
Thos. A. Edison Esq
Orange, N.J.
My Dear Sir:
During my visit to Orange last winter, I was pleased to learn that you appreciate my endeavors in building Records for the Phonograph and in recognition of same I took the liberty to send you a few special cylinders last week, which I trust will meet with your approval.
Don’t let Walter Miller “Turn his scheme loose” on them, as I sent them for your own personal use.
I have an arrangement with the N.E. Phono. Co up to Sept. next and after that [1 legible word] should like to make arrangements with you to put some of my records on the market through the medium of of your duplicating process, trusting to hear that you appreciate “Mr. Cerseys" endeavors I am.
Yours with respect,
[Signed: Russell Hunting]
Marginalia: Our shipping clerk has “lived on the train,” which accounts for [2 legible words] records not being prepared. Trust you will pardon mistakes.
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