The Edison Aggregate was a monthly sales brochure published by the Advertising Department of the Edison Portland Cement Co. Each issue highlights a particular ornamental, residential, or industrial application for Edison's cement. One issue concerns construction projects in Haiti and Cuba; another involves the New York City subways.
The archives of the Edison National Historical Park contains seven issues for the period March 1910-March 1911. The March 1910 issue has been selected as a sample. It identifies factories and warehouses that were constructed with Edison's cement and includes an illustration of his concrete factories in West Orange.