[MBLB4446], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Joshua Franklin Bailey, January 31st, 1883

Item

Abstract

No. 427. Italian station: letter from Columbo says bad weather has slowed matters but he'll *begin* to erect machinery, etc in week or two. Price of dynamos: I wanted to make lowest prices possible but our conseil says since we're not sure of price we had better state FF2500 for the L, which is reduction of 12.5%. The K will be lowered proportionally to FF6150. "You can therefore gtive whatever price you like to Siemens, but speaking privately to you I am sure I can deliver much cheaper than these prices and still have all our profits." Berlin theaters: sending estimates for 2 theaters (some discussion of this). "Everybody generally pleased with your German contracts."

Date

1883-01-31

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

MBLB4446

Folder Set

MBLB4

Title

[MBLB4446], Letter from Charles Batchelor to Joshua Franklin Bailey, January 31st, 1883

Microfilm ID

93:784

Publisher

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

Timestamp

January 31, 1883