[LB053570], Letter from West Orange Laboratory to John H Wood, June 22nd, 1893


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[LB053570], Letter from West Orange Laboratory to John H Wood, June 22nd, 1893





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


June 22nd 93
John H. Wood Esq.
19 Liberty St.
New York
Dear Sir:
In reply to your telephone message of this afternoon would say the Laboratory Pay Roll amounts to about $800.00 per week. We have ten machinists whose pay averages $3 1/2 per hour, fourteen experimenters that average $23.00 per week, two engineers who average $21.00 per week; two firemen who average $13.00 per week: three boys who average $6.00 per week, two laborers at $9.00 per week; one storekeeper at $14.00 per week; one pattern maker at $35.00 per hour; two carpenters at $27 ½ per hour; two watchmen at $12.00 per week. The bookkeepers and stenographer are included in list of experimenters.
Yours truly
Edison Laboratory

June 22 93
German National Bank
Newark N.J.
Dear Sirs:-
I beg to enclose you herewith checks as follows:-
From J. Brotherhood $2.13
E.W. Burke 22.20
The Franklin Electrical Co. 20.00
St. Louis Electrical Supply Co. 23.59
Robbinis Electric Co. 1.74
Howell Shanklin and Douman 12.96
The North American Phonograph Co. 55.88
Penn R.R. Co 17.10
United R.R. of N.J. Division 77.01
Phil Wilson + Balt R.R. Co. 16.66
Please place same to my credit and oblige $249.27
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