[LB020386], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, June 29th, 1885


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[LB020386], Letter from Samuel Insull to Thomas Alva Edison, June 29th, 1885

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Rcd your memo as to [yachts?] Russelll is still indisposed. I can only say under the circumstances that you must 'seek your [illegible] in the stars.' When you want a little personal matter like that attended to why don’t you ask me to do it and then you will be sure of getting the work done.## I sent you [King's? last report this a.m.. The state of the Railroad Telegraph Co is decidedly [illegible & I must confess that {illegible} I have the a{ppearance of a [illegible of a change in the purpose shall stock fined we {illegible}.## King complained that the Staten Island R.R. people were treating him as if they wanted to get rid of him so Insull or Wiman this morning to see about the matter & he wrote a very nic eletter which will [doubtless?] fix King in proper shape.#### I am just going down to see Davis of the Telephone with Kruesi; we expect to get the money from him [before?] Kruesi sails on the SS Elbe Wednesday. ### Batch has at last got a check from the Western Union for $4,000. It came Saturday He needed it badly.






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