This folder contains correspondence and other documents covering the period 1908-1918. Many of the letters are by Frank L. Dyer, Horace G. Plimpton, and George F. Scull of the Edison Manufacturing Co. and by Carl H. Wilson, vice president and general manager of Thomas A. Edison, Inc. One letter addressed to Edison deals with publicity relating to treble damage suits brought against the General Film Co. Another item contains Edison's opinion regarding an adjustment in Sigmund Lubin's royalties. Other documents pertain to employee relations, sales agreements and other contracts, the election of MPPCo officers and directors, and the transfer of General Film Co. stock. Several documents concern the quality of films released by the Edison Manufacturing Co.
Approximately 10 percent of the documents have been selected.