[MBLB1162], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Thomas Hatch Batchelor, July 21st, 1877

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Title

[MBLB1162], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Thomas Hatch Batchelor, July 21st, 1877

Editor's Notes

Recd business directory [for E Pen I think]; "We have been working exceedingly hard on our speaking telegraph and at last have got it in good shape and [I?] hope it will soon be in such a condition that it will soon bring in some money." ". . . Mr Preece spent four different days with us, and we just showed him lots of things he did not know." not very legible but appears to be about Preece exhibiting telephone before Soc of Tel Eng and British Assoc. infringement with Freeman of Manchester does Tom know anything about him; speaking telegraph being exhibited at Permanent Exhibition in Phil; "We have two or three splendid irons in the fire at present but they are all telegraphic. The `Pen business' is increasing very rapidly and we have raised the price to $50 and $60 and they sell more now than they ever did."

Date

1877-07-21

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Folder/Volume ID

MBLB1-F

Microfilm ID

93:140

Document ID

MBLB1162

Publisher

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