[LM202167], Letter from Henry M Livor to Daniel Brennan, Jr., August 6th, 1889

Item

Abstract

[addressed to Bechtelsville] "In view of the terrible accident, of which I am informed by Mr. Gildea by wire, I hardly think that I will be with you tomorrow. [illeg] I [think?] that there will be very little done for a day or two at the mill anyway, and therefore I think I will wait until the latter part of the week, say Friday, before I will be there. In the meantime, of course, I presume you will see to getting the striaght face mills in position. If you need a betl for these rolls telegraph to [Munro & Thomas?] for it. ## I cannot understand how the accident could have occured, especially to [illeg] who was so thoroughly familiar with the roll house and its machinery. If you can see any way of making the mahine decidely safe in the and around the roll [house?], do so at any expense. I would not [illeg] such an accident happen for any amount of money."

Date

1889-08-06

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

LM202167

Folder Set

LM202

Title

[LM202167], Letter from Henry M Livor to Daniel Brennan, Jr., August 6th, 1889

Microfilm ID

152:745

Publisher

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