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These five letterbooks cover the period April 1902-April 1913. They contain tissue copies of outgoing correspondence, mostly written by John V. Miller as agent of MECNJ. There are also letters by Edison, Walter S. Mallory, and John F. Randolph. Most of the correspondence relates to leases, prospecting, equipment, and expenses. There are also items pertaining to company finances. The recipients include MECNJ directors Theron I. Crane, James Gaunt, James Gayley, William S. Pilling, and Charles M. Schwab. Some of the documents may be difficult to read because of faint, bleeding, and smearing ink. Many of the letters duplicate the material in the Thomas A. Edison Files and the John V. Miller Files.