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A SELECTIVE MICROFILM EDITION

PART IT (1879-1886)

Thomas E. Jeffrey Microfilm Editor and Associate Director

Paul B. Israel

Assistant Editor Mary Ann Hellrigel Douglas G. Tarr David W. Hutchings Robert A. Rosenberg

Editorial Associates

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THOMAS A. EDISON PAPERS

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Associate Director and Microfilm Editor

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BOARD OF SPONSORS

Rutgers, The State University of National Park Service, Edison New Jersey National Historic Site Edward J. Bloustein Roy W. Weaver T. Alexander Pond Edward J. Pershey Tilden G, Edelstein Smithsonian Institution John Gillis Bernard Finn New Jersey Historical Commission Arthur P, Molella

Bernard Bush Howard L. Green

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

James Brittain, Georgia Institute of Technology Alfred D, Chandler, Jr., Harvard University Neil Harris, University of Chicago Thomas Parke Hughes, University of Pennsylvania Arthur Link, Princeton University Nathan Reingold, Smithsonian Institution Robert E. Schofield, lowa State University

CORPORATE ASSOCIATES

William C. Hittinger (chairman), RCA Corporation Edward J. Bloustein, Rutgers, The State University of N,J. Cees Bruynes, North American Philips Corporation Paul J. Christiansen, Charles Edison Fund Philip F. Dietz, Westinghouse Electric Corporation Roland W. Schmitt, General Electric Corporation Harold W. Sonn, Public Service Electric and Gas Company Morris Tanenbaum, AT&T

FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTORS

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS Alfred P, Sloan Foundation Charles Edison Fund

The Hyde and Watson Foundation Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

PUBLIC FOUNDATIONS

National Science Foundation

National Endowment for the Humanities

PRIVATE CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS

Alabama Power Company

Amerada Hess Corporation

AT&T

Atlantic Electric

Association of Edison Illuminating Companies

Battelle Memorial Institute Foundation

The Boston Edison Foundation

Cabot Corporation Foundation

Carolina Power and Light Company

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

Consumers Power Company

Corning Glass Works Foundation

Duke Power Company

Exxon Corporation

Florida Power & Light Company

General Electric Foundation

Gould Inc. Foundation

Gulf States Utilities Company

Idaho Power Company

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Iowa Power and Light Company

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Katz Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. McGraw-Edison Company Middle South Services, Inc. Minnesota Power New Jersey Bell Telephone Company New York State Electric & Gas Corporation North American Philips Corporation Philadelphia Electric Company Philips International B.V. Public Service Electric and Gas Company RCA Corporation Robert Bosch GmbH San Diego Gas & Electric Savannah Electric and Power Company Schering Plough Foundation Texas Utilities Company Thomson-Brandt Transamerica Delaval Inc. Westinghouse Educational Foundation Wisconsin Public Service Corporation

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D-33-057 through D-83-074 ("Electric Light - Thomas A. Edison Construction Department - Stations - Pennsylvania - Bellefonte" through "Telephone")

1883. Electric Light - Thomas A. Edison Construction Department - Stations - Pennsylvania - Bellefonte (D-83-057)

This folder contains correspondence, reports, and other documents relating to the establishment of a local illuminating company in Bellefonte. Much of the correspondence is by P. B. Shaw, agent for the Edison Electric Light Company and the Edison Company for Isolated Lighting, and by James Harris, secretary of the Edison Electric IMuminating Company of Bellefonte.

All the documents have been filmed.

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ORVIN GREEN, President.

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This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions Hiniting tts Nability, which have beca assented to by tho sender of the following message. Jerrors can be guarded against only by repealing, 4 message back to the sending station for comparison, and the compang will not hold {tself Habla for errurs or delays $n transmission of delivery of Unropented Messages, beyond the amount of tolls pald the; “Pepin yny case wheru tho claitn (3 not prsentod in writing within sixty days after sending the mesure. ~

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fditiuns named above, NORVIN GREEN, President.

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JAMES ITARRIS.

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tn truant oF de ovary of Unropea' casazes, beyond tho amount of tolls pald thereon nor in any case where the claim ts not presentod in writing within sixty daya after sending

ris iron UNEP ATED MESSAGE, and is Colivered by request of the sendes ; “under the conditions namod abore, THOS. 'T. ECKERT, Goneral Manager. NORVIN GREEN, President.

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in transmission oF delivery of Unropentod »

after sending the tessaue. This ean UNKEPEATED MESSAGE, nnd is deliverod

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a fo comparison, and tho company will not hold itself Mable for errors or delays ae, ‘any casa where the clalm Ls not presented i writing within sixty days

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THOS. T. ECKERT, General Manager.

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‘This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only

Errorg can be guarded peninst only by Tepeating om back to tho sen tm transmission or detivery of Unrepcate: ‘ossagos, beyond the amount of tolls pafd thereon, nor in any case where tho @fter sending the 7 :

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THOS. T., ECKERT, Gonoral Manager.

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