[MBLB1233], Letter from Charles Batchelor to George Harrison Bliss, November 17th, 1877

Item

Abstract

working last month on telephone; those Murray making very good but trouble getting them loud enough; made six or eight new principles. three being made by Phelps [see TAE to Orton 11/17 from WU material]; "it is Edison's intention to make `the' telephone that will work under all conditions"; G&S wires create problems not experienced by isolated wires and very difficult to get anything at all on Bell so Bliss sees difficulty contending with

Date

1877-11-17

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Identifier

MBLB1233

Folder Set

MBLB1

Title

[MBLB1233], Letter from Charles Batchelor to George Harrison Bliss, November 17th, 1877

Microfilm ID

93:169

Publisher

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