[LM202151], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, July 26th, 1889


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[LM202151], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, July 26th, 1889

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I have just received your telegram in regard to the production of the mill. It does not come up to my anticipation, but I presume that under the present conditions it is the best you can do. I do not see but what you will have to work upon lean Ore when you can not get some of the richer Ore from the hole in the upper part of the hill... ## I wish you would see George (the foreman at the Mine) and tell him that I insist positively upon his putting on the two gangs in that upper hole. Tell him that we cannot stand any more of this nonsense---we have got to have Ore to enable the Mill to run, and that there must be no further delay in the matter of putting on the full night gang---the hoisting gang, as well as the mining and laboring men....





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