This folder contains correspondence and other documents covering the period 1908-1912, with a few additional items from 1906,1913, and 1916. Many of the letters are by Frank L. Dyer and George F. Scull of the Edison Manufacturing Co. and Jacques A. Berst and C. B. Goldenberg of Pathé Frères Moving Pictures in New York. Included are documents concerning license negotiations, nonflammable film, and packing boxes for motion picture films. A few items pertain to a license for Pathé to introduce projecting machines for home use in the United States. There are also reports concerning a patent infringement lawsuit brought by George Croydon Marks of the National Phonograph Co., Ltd., against Pathé Frères.
Approximately 30 percent of the documents have been selected.