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    Thomas A. Edison Autograph Note Signed, "E", five pages, 5" x 8", n. p., December, 1923. It reads in full: "Buchanan Bradshaw You know it was agreed that of the standing orders of jobbers, 1/2 was to be shipped & the other 1/2 shipped when received after these hear their samples In other words instead of waiting to hear what their orders are as is present method after they get their samples - you know that their order will never be less than 1/2 of the standard order & we take this occasion to beat our competition several days by getting them or 1/2 of them on what steps have been taken". In pencil which remains dark and clear. A lengthy office communication that demonstrates Edison's ability tho think and act like a businessman.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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