[LM001184C], Telegram from Joshua Franklin Bailey to Thomas Alva Edison, April 7th, 1882

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Title

[LM001184C], Telegram from Joshua Franklin Bailey to Thomas Alva Edison, April 7th, 1882

Editor's Notes

Endustrial and financial condition and customs country make absolutely impossible form companies giving us part of capital in fully paid up shares can form syndicate for all Italy and sign contract Monday next embracing the bank Generals. The banks of Milan Venice Genoa Turin Naples Rome and credit Lombards with numerous private bankers this combination constitutes Italy close corporation for Edison with factory started immediately capital million and half with three millions more for small instalations and model stations for cities we receive half profits factory and fifteen percentum cash on all machines tubing and patented material generally expect lamps prices these to be fixed in accord with us and profits divided equally with obligation take all material from our factories we pay no commission to syndicate will you account this contract in accord with French company answer tomorrow

Date

1882-04-07

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

LM001-F

Microfilm ID

83:964

Document ID

LM001184C

Publisher

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