[MBLB1218], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Joseph Thomas Murray, October 15th, 1877

Item

Abstract

In the new improvement on the telephones Jim Bradley proposed to split the rubber in the (fluff holders), this however Edison does not like and consequently he will have to make them push in tight like the model. Ediosn tells me that you say I never explained this alteration to you or Jim at your shop but only left a letter for you. He has evidently mistaken you in that respect for you know I left a letter Tuesday night and saw you there on Wednesday morning and at that time you told Jim he had better push it through & I then explained it thoroughly to him I wish you would set me right in this respect for he infers from what you have said to him that I have lied to him (see work order 10/8/77 (11:729)

Date

1877-10-15

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Subject

Identifier

MBLB1218

Folder Set

MBLB1

Title

[MBLB1218], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Joseph Thomas Murray, October 15th, 1877

Microfilm ID

93:163

Publisher

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