This folder contains correspondence and other documents covering the period 1908-1912, with a few additional items from 1917. Many of the letters are by Frank L. Dyer and George F. Scull of the Edison Manufacturing Co. and George Kleine of Chicago. One letter addressed to Edison and bearing his marginalia relates to Kleine's catalog of educational films. Another letter concerns a dinner in Edison's honor. Other items pertain to calcium burners; nonflammable film; and packing boxes for motion picture prints. A few letters deal with the accounting of film royalties by Eastman Kodak Co. and payments made by the General Film Co. to manufacturers. There is also some discussion of censorship.
Approximately 20 percent of the documents have been selected.