[LB048080], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Pierre Richemond, March 3rd, 1891

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Title

[LB048080], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Pierre Richemond, March 3rd, 1891

Recipient

Date

1891-03-03

Type

Folder/Volume ID

LB048-F

Microfilm ID

142:27

Document ID

LB048080

Publisher

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

Transcription

March 3, 1891.
Mr. Pierre Richemend,
Hotel Victoria, New York.
Dear Sir:-
Referring to our conversation the day before yesterday I beg to advice you that Mr. Edison, not being an officer of the Edison General Electric Co. does not possess the requisite authority to grant you permission to spend a few weeks at the Company’s Works in Schenectady. Mr. Samuel Insull, 2nd Vice President of the Edison Gen’l. Electric Co., Edison Building, Broad St., New York, is the gentlemen whose consent it will be necessary for you to obtain. You can see Mr. Insull at his office any morning during the present week, and this letter will necessary for you to obtain. You can see Mr. Insull at his office any morning during the present week, and this letter will serve as an introduction.
Yours truly,
(Signed A. O. Tate)
Private Secretary.
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