[LM202164], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, August 3rd, 1889


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[LM202164], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, August 3rd, 1889

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"Your favor of yesterday is at hand. ## I am glad to see that the amount of Concentrate is increasing. Of course, you are to understand that while you are doing better than you have been doing, you are still nowhere near where I expect you ought to be in a short time. ## You state in your letter that the large pulleys on the rolls are working nicely, and do not heat at the boxes. This is very satisfactory, but you do not state as to whether it increases the amount of product. This, of course, is the thing I want to know, and the fact of our puttong on the pulleys was done with the expectation that the producted would be increased thereby. I wish you would telegraph me on Monday morning about this, giving me an idea of about how much the increase is. ## I have ordered two more 12" face pulleys for the other set of fine rolls. These ought to reach you by Monday and I wish you would put them on that night if you receive them in time. I shall order [illeg] pullley to be put on the large rolls that [illeg]. I have also ordered a new 12" rubber belt. This pulley [illeg]."





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