[LB012115], Letter from Samuel Insull to Arnold Henry White, April 20th, 1882


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[LB012115], Letter from Samuel Insull to Arnold Henry White, April 20th, 1882

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Your favors of 5th and 6th (the former enclosing letter for Mr Edison) came duly to hand.##I am sure I shall be very glad to open correspondence with you and if at any time I can in any way be of assistance to you I shall be only too glad to render it.##I will see that the Bulletins are sent you regularly as they contain information of what we are doing here which cannot but be of interest to you##We all think even here that your Company is a very strong one and we are looking forward to your doing a very large business##I have a note from your Mr Hayes asking me to send you 100 copies of our pamphlet on Edison's System. They go forward by the steamer carrying this.##I am obliged to you for the information as to Gourauds Domestic Coy. It struck me that people would be wrongly impressed by announcements of the Domestic Coy. I looked upon it as [in] affect of Col Gouraud to have himself on to the Edison Engine Light [Interests].##Mr. Edison is confined to the house for now with a very serious cold so all business which is heavy falls to me and as I have been very sick myself for about a week and unable to get about except in a carriage - been extremely [----] [----] so you must excuse me writing any [more] just now & believe me##As soon as Mr Edison is better he will write you




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