This folder contains correspondence and other documents authored by or sent to Edison, Frank L. Dyer, and other officials of Thomas A. Edison, Inc. Many of the items concern a proposal to reorganize the General Film Co. and form a new company in response to antitrust litigation. These include two memoranda in Edison's hand and a typewritten draft bearing his marginalia. Some of the letters relate to Dyer's service and resignation as a director of the General Film Co. Others pertain to net earnings; an injunction against the company by the attorney general of Texas; and the market for motion pictures in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines. There is also material regarding the establishment of a British firm comparable to the General Film Co. One letter discusses film prints requested for Mina Miller Edison's "entertainments" at the Orange Methodist Episcopal Church.
Approximately 30 percent of the documents have been selected.