[LM022291], Letter from Charles Patterson Bruch to Ezra Torrance Gilliland, January 5th, 1889


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[LM022291], Letter from Charles Patterson Bruch to Ezra Torrance Gilliland, January 5th, 1889

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"Your letter concerning Watch Company finances was duly received and I am very glad to know that the financial matters are to be satisfactorily arranged. ### Mr. Ward has not returned and I have not heard when to expect him, but presume he will be along next week. ### Everything seems to be going all right. Receipts so far this month have been $3223.81- We have sent $2000.00 to Zurich and paid about $1000.00 on [unclear] and minor accounts. ### I have on my desk unpaid bills amounting to $2286.36 : $924.69 on a/c of advertising, the balance on a/c of machinery ($750.00) and lesser accts. ### Smith has been sending advertising [unclear] to me and I have reused every one of them. We have enough advertising already contracted for [unclear] until our supply of goods exceeds our orders. We can then branch out again. ### I have already opened the cash a/c for the “Head Office,” and will have the other books turned over to me as soon as they can be written up to Jan 1st. ### Among matters that must be considered when you return is the question of the Geneva accounts. ### At present no reports are coming from them, of any kind, and we have no information as to how their affairs are being handled. ### I enclose clipping from this mornings [unclear] that may interest you." 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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