[LB040002], Letter from Everett Frazar to Thomas Alva Edison, April 12th, 1890


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[LB040002], Letter from Everett Frazar to Thomas Alva Edison, April 12th, 1890





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


New York April 12, 1890
The Laboratory,
Orange, N.J.
Dear Sirs:-
Some time since you sent to Yokohama a shipt containing 150 blank cylinders, 36 musical phonograms and one body with #6628 with [illegible] regulator. My house now asks that you send out the rest of this treadle machine and regulator, also a belt for same which your invoice mentioned as being shipped but which did not come to hand. With same please forward 12 new spectacle arms with sleeve and nut arms complete. My house particularly desires the price of the arm. Kindly pack the above and have your [illegible] deliver to the N.Y.O. & @. pier 5 on the 14th inst. mark the package Frazar & Co., Yokohama D. Please have rear [illegible] deliver R.R. receipt promptly to this office, and on your bills give me some of the contents and gross weight with most of each box. Goods should be shipped as above or they may miss connection.
Yours very truly,
Everett Frazar
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