[LB018337], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to William H Dwelly, Jr., Edison Electric Illuminating Co (Fall River), September 8th, 1884

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Abstract

Your favor of August 8th. has remained unanswered owing to the fact that certain negotiations were pending between the Edison Electric Light Co. and myself, with relation to the stations built by me and which resulted in Mr. Johnson being appointed a Committee to visit same and report on them.##As, however, it seems probable that there may be some considerable delay in any conclusiions being reached with relation to Mr. Johnson's report, and as I am very anxious to adjust the differences with your Company as early as possible, I shall be glad to know what you would consider a fair allowance for the error in connection with the erection of your stack?##You requested a proposition of me, and I made it, which does not appear to have been satisfactory to your Directors. Cannot you make some counter proposition in return? What I wish to arrive at is an early settlement of the matter and to obtain from you a check for the balance of account still due me.

Date

1884-09-08

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

LB018337

Folder Set

LB018

Title

[LB018337], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to William H Dwelly, Jr., Edison Electric Illuminating Co (Fall River), September 8th, 1884

Microfilm ID

82:824

Publisher

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

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