This folder contains correspondence, reports, and other documents relating to the business of EOMS and its development of the Dunderland iron deposits. The principal correspondents are Edison; Herman E. Dick, a director of the Syndicate and foreign agent for Edison's storage battery; and J. Hall, Jr., secretary of EOMS. Some of the letters deal with a stock transaction between Edison and John H. Harjes of Paris. Also included are items regarding efforts to promote Edison's cement patents in Europe; a report of a Syndicate meeting; and several letters referring to the accidental death of Edward A. Darling, chief engineer at Edison's cement works in Stewartsville, New Jersey.
More than 90 percent of the documents have been selected.