[MBLB4378], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Francis Jehl, November 29th, 1882

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Abstract

[In uknown secretarial hand, to Jehl in Brunn] Enclose letter from our patent department relating to "formation of fabric for Edison's patented material in Austria." [presumably this means manufacturing of material?] THink you should erect a shed on the land we own for the Brunn station; will send you glassblowing apparatus, pump stands, mercury, other equipment for lamp mfg. I can send you parts for sockets & other small stuff, for assembly there by men whom you will instruct. This will constitute an Edison Factory. Read the letter and take the necessary steps immedy. Inquire if engines can be altered so as to be uncoupled while running, also if it's possible to make one engine do the work of 2 in case any trouble arises.

Recipient

Date

1882-11-29

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

MBLB4378

Folder Set

MBLB4

Title

[MBLB4378], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Francis Jehl, November 29th, 1882

Microfilm ID

93:734

Publisher

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

Timestamp

November 29, 1882