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A SELECTIVE MICROFILM EDITION

PART III (1887-1898)

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1891. Edison, T. A. - Unsolicited Correspondence - Advice (D-91-16)

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A Canadian bey, yen will knew cf Terente-, and sc the name cf Clarksen will net be unfamiliar tc you—

1 dc net wish tc trespass tec much cn ycur time(which I knemuat be very folly occupied). 9sp9cl<dlj e8 , „aye nc dcuW

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business like way to see what could be don. with it. I may hers state that two years ago he got Mr.Pullman to go into the matter Of the Patent, and that gentleman was pleased with it, and wanted it put on one cf the American roads and offered to superintend the making of the trial chairs, hut here the fund, gave out and nothing was done. Later however, Mr.Rcbertscn in Mr.Pull.ans' office has frequently written me asking that the matter be brought “P "gain. Ibis may mean something or nothing, I do not knc.

a. Canadian Railroad men. on a first step, were then mte. viewed a.y examined and criticised the Patent and approved cf

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adian Government Railroad, directed that a trial lot cf th on should be put down on the Bedford grad, of the T e '

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His success, sc far as discussion is concerned, has been marked and most successful. He was met with cynicism of course, but no one has yet openly disclaimed the value of his patent, and as he is new backed by good influence in England, I lock for very favorable results from his visit. Meantime his chair is being put cn the Bedford grade and the C.P.R. and the G.T.R. Cc's are watching the trial and if it proves to be as good as we hope it

will be. I think I may safely say-it will be used by the Canadian Reads.

me Patent consists of a finn holding steel chair for rails, preventing the spreading cr creeping of rails, at a oeat net ever the eeet ef the present fish plat, end spikes, and enabling a great rat. ef speed ever the rail, with perfeet safety.

I wish Ku to de is to permit me to send yen a sample chair, and later, when Sintsenich retnrns, tc give him en interview, that he may intelligently discuss with yen the points merit that it has. If «i.„ yen it good to r.

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Most of the accidents are caused bythe spreading of the rails— -this, and creeping, J believe we effectually overcome.

One may have a good patent, but if .one cannot properly * utilise it, it becomes a fcr mcney#

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At ycur leisure write tc me, and seme day when I am in ycur State, ycu will perhaps allcw me tc call and see ms you and ycur wonderful invention.

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This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the business of the Edison Manufacturing Co. Included are letters concerning agreements between Edison, Felix Lalande, and Georges Chaperon in regard to galvanic batteries; correspondence pertaining to a rental dispute between the company and Elmira Ritchie, who continued to live in a house purchased by the company; and financial reports relating to the sale of batteries and wax records. Some of the documents may be illegible due to faded ink.

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