[LM022039], Letter from Charles Patterson Bruch to Ezra Torrance Gilliland, August 7th, 1888


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[LM022039], Letter from Charles Patterson Bruch to Ezra Torrance Gilliland, August 7th, 1888

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"I enclose herewith passports for yourself and Mrs. Gilliland and for Miss Grace Gaston. I notice that Miss Annie Gaston has not been included in the passports. Mr. Bremen informs me that you did not think it necessary to have one for her. If it is necessary it can readily be obtained from the minister or consul wherever you may happen to be. ### I also enclose a memorandum left by you and which I think may perhaps be useful to you on that side, and a letter from the Rev. Mr. Powers, which I have acknowledged and said that you were abroad; also a letter addressed to Mrs. Gilliland at the house. ### The Lincoln Safe Deposit Co. will send for the silver ware this afternoon. I have arranged with Nora to get the roof fixed as you directed. ### I leave for Mich. At six o'clock tonight in company with Mr. Ward. I expect to get things in shape there and get back here by Monday morning next; sooner if possible. I will attend to the Int. Rwy. Tel. business as soon as I return. ### I have asked Mr. Toppan to look after the "Edith" during the few days that I shall be gone. Miss Wyman will look after any mail that needs immediate attention and in case cablegrams are received before I get back, will translate and forward them as may be necessary." Yours very truly, Chas. P. Bruch




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