[D9238AAK], Letter from Julius Mount Bleyer to Thomas Alva Edison, March 30th, 1892


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[D9238AAK], Letter from Julius Mount Bleyer to Thomas Alva Edison, March 30th, 1892




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


March 30th 92
Thomas A. Edison Esq
My Dear Sir
In answer to the 29th instant from you, I can say that if of the phonograph + by the end of next week they would be still on time for the Thesih jubilee at Leipzig; I will wait for them. I have made some very fine drawings of the cylinder after the records have been taken herein. Taking impressions after Calladion pawned a microscopic slide + at once submitting it under the scope of the microscope. Thus being able to see the wave pulses made. This side of the examination of a record under the microscope is new. I thought of letting you know of the fact and did ask you to prove it to yourself. I may lead up to something more important from a physical or other point. I am continually working on the application of this machine in our science and already should owing satisfactory proofs to the medical world although my dear
Mr. Edison, according you your promise can you probably let me have the phonograph so promised by the end of April as want to make for an experimental research before the annual meeting of the American Medical and Pan American Congress takes place so as to present before them further results. I know I shall succeed in providing thick diaphragms are placed during disposal as you spoke of in your letter to me last. I hope that this favour will be granted me, which I knew you will. The Pan American Congress meets in June and also the American Medical Association. There will be the representation of nearly 15,000 doctors from all nations, less I depend on it? As there are certain very important points connected with such record taking that the old diaphragms do not admit it.
When can I have the great honor of having a short chat with you. Regarding the filing of the Mfg opening had been on the phonograph.
I remain with this
Yours Resp
Dr. J. Mount Bleyer
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