This letterbook covers the period September 1910-March 1911. It contains copies of correspondence generated by Walter Stevens, manager of the Foreign Department, and by Louis Reichert, his assistant manager. Among the correspondents are Thomas J. Kennedy, resident manager of the Compania Edison Hispano Americana in Buenos Aires, and William G. Bee, manager of sales for the Edison Storage Battery Co. Also included are letters to Agar, Cross & Co. in Argentina; W. R. Grace & Co. in Peru; and other potential agents and customers in Africa, Asia, South America, Europe, and the Caribbean. Except for one letter relating to kinetoscope motors, all of the correspondence pertains to the sale of Edison storage batteries. Included are letters introducing the product line, acknowledging or checking on orders, and responding to inquiries. Some of the letters contain references to the Lansden Co., Anderson Carriage Co., and S. R. Bailey & Co., which used Edison storage batteries in their electric vehicles. There are also references to the Federal Storage Battery Car Co. and Electric Omnibus and Truck Co., manufacturers of trolleys and omnibuses, and to the Electric Launch Co., which manufactured motor boats equipped with Edison storage batteries. Some of the letters are in Spanish, German, and French. The spine is stamped "Letters" and "Foreign Dept" and is labeled "Storage Battery," "1," and "September 16, 1910 To March 10, 1911." The book contains 499 numbered pages and an index. Less than 10 percent of the book has been selected.