This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the marketing and supply of phonographs and cylinder records in Europe, Australia, Mexico, and elsewhere. Most of the items are letters to and from Frank L. Dyer, president of NPCo. Other correspondents include Walter Stevens, manager of the Foreign Department; F. K. Dolbeer, manager of sales; and Thomas Graf, managing director of NPCo, Ltd., and the Edison Gesellschaft. Among the items for 1910 are letters pertaining to business conditions in Europe and to orders received for phonographs and supplies elsewhere around the world. Also included are letters concerning the proposed consolidation of Edison's interests in Great Britain and in the United States under the names "Edison, Limited" and "Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated"; the proposed sale of the Mexican phonograph business to George W. Cook; profits and expenses of Edison's various European companies; and the adoption of sales schemes being used in the American market.
Approximately 10 percent of the documents have been selected.