[X012DP], Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Thomas E Cornish, September 24th, 1878

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[X012DP], Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Thomas E Cornish, September 24th, 1878

Editor's Notes

Gardiner Hubbard to TBA David; "I suppose the Gold & Stock Tel Co will eventually get up Edison's telephone, this we believe will be an infringement on our patents & if so will be protected by us. We have offered to make a price at which the Gold & Stock Tel Co can have our telephones. I think Mr Walker was inclined to accept the proposition but Mr Orton wants the whole. Our negotiations are not yet concluded. If we do not come to an amicable agreement we shall expect our agents will lease only the Bell Telephone for it would not of course be right after we have been at the expense of the introduction to give another the benefit of our labors."

Recipient

Date

1878-09-24

Decade

1870-1879

Type

Folder/Volume ID

X012D-F

Document ID

X012DP

Publisher

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