This folder contains correspondence and other documents authored by or sent to Frank L. Dyer, Carl H. Wilson, and other officials of the Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. There are also letters by Jeremiah J. Kennedy, president of the General Film Co. Included are complaints about Kennedy's presidency and reports concerning exhibitors and exchanges. There are also several letters relating to censorship, including one item written on behalf of the Committee of One Hundred in New York City by social reformer Dr. Henry Moskowitz. Other letters pertain to film criticism; royalties paid to Wright Bros. of Dayton, Ohio, on the motion picture, Wright Bros. Aeroplane; and the bylaws of the General Film Co. Some of the letters bear Edison marginalia.
Approximately 30 percent of the documents have been selected.