[LB023400], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Samuel Insull, February 11th, 1887


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[LB023400], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Samuel Insull, February 11th, 1887

Editor's Notes

I have your letter of 10th re notes which I have failed to endorse.## In regard to telephoning Mr. Upton I beg to state that there has no connection from Mr. Edison's house. I made several attempts during the day to get {to} Newark and also New York but the wires were down and important information from here which should been imparted to me while at Mr. Edison's house in reference to arrangements for his trip South could not be telephoned, while the telegragh was also down reliable that a message came from NJ. ## I understand your frustation thoroughly and appreciate the importance of attending to your finanical commissions. Which makes it all the more difficult fro me to find an excuse for myslef for not having obtained Mr. Edison's signature. ## I can give you full assurance that you will not again find yourself in such a frustation (?) through fault of mine.





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