[LB033419], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Edison Machine Works, John Kruesi, November 6th, 1889

Item

Abstract

Confirming our conversation by telephone, please make us immediately three No. 4 armature bodies. Put on the shafts 56 inches long. The shaft to protect one end 24 3/8 inches and the other end 19 7/16 inches. Only turn the shaft sufficient for you to put the No. 4 body on, and do not make any key ways for sommutators. Leave the ends so that I can turn down for commutators and bearings. Make the divisions in the plate 32. As soon as you have one ready send it down by express and follow it immediately by the man to do the winching, well supplied with insulation, paper, compound, wire, mica, and everything necessary to do the work. ### The order for wire that I gave you October 31st was for 50 pounds No. 17 Browns & Sharp, and No. 11 Browne & Sharp, .091 and .045, respectively. Please remember tint this order should be multiplied by three. Send this wire as soon as you can. Yours truly, Chas. Batchelor.

Date

1889-11-06

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

LB033419

Folder Set

LB033

Title

[LB033419], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Edison Machine Works, John Kruesi, November 6th, 1889

Microfilm ID

139:864

Publisher

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