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Edison, Thomas

Typed Letter Signed by Thomas Edison on His Edison Laboratory Letterhead, Mounted with Reproduction Photo and Metal Plaque

Orange, NJ 1908 Letter is on Edison Laboratory letterhead, 11 x 8", dated October 2, 1908. Three paragraphs to a Schuyler Skaats Wheeler of Ampere, NJ concerning an arranged tour of Edison's Portland Cement Company in New Village, NJ, a special train that day with stops in NYC, Hoboken and Newark, with lunch provided. BOLDLY SIGNED BY EDISON WITH HIS FAMOUS UMBRELLA SIGNATURE; letter is quite worn with old glue stains and abrasions along left margin, folds, toning, small edge chips and an edge tear in bottom margin, but held loosely to mat with plastic corners; recently framed to 18 x 24" wood frame with glass and sturdy wire hanger on reverse. Schuyler invented a two blade electric fan.


Book Id: 99-3451

Price: $2,000.00

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