This folder contains correspondence, reports, and other documents relating to the Dunderland ore milling project. Among the correspondents are Edison; Herman E. Dick, Edison's representative and a director of the Dunderland Iron Ore Co., Ltd.; and J. Hall, Jr., secretary of EOMS. There are also letters by Theodore Lehmann, resident engineer of the Dunderland Iron Ore Co., Ltd.; Stephen Hungerford Pollen, secretary; and Herschel Roberts, a civil engineer. Some of the marginal notations by Edison are addressed to Walter S. Mallory, vice president of the Edison Portland Cement Co., and William Simpkin, the draftsman responsible for executing Edison's designs at Dunderland.
The correspondence pertains primarily to ore analysis and equipment. Some of the letters relate to Edison's expenditures on briquetting experiments and to shipments of ore samples to the West Orange laboratory. Also included are work reports from the Dunderland site and minutes of meetings of the board of directors and its committees.
Approximately 80 percent of the documents have been selected.