The Edison Telephone Co. of Europe, Ltd., was organized in New York City in May 1879 to exploit Edison's telephone patents in Continental Europe. Among the records of this company is a minute book for the period May 1879-April 1881. The minutes pertain to contracts, patents, stock, and other matters brought before the Board of Directors. Included with the minutes are articles of incorporation, by-laws, resolutions, agreements, and lists of stockholders. Included also are copies of letters to Charles Nottebank, Theodore Puskas, and patent solicitors Brewer & Jensen. The book is unpaginated. Approximately 60 pages have been used.
Two additional items have not been selected: (1) a stock certificate book from 1880 containing twelve filled-in certificates; and (2) a stock transfer book from 1880 containing ten filled-in certificates. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.