This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to a variety of subjects. Included are documents that deal with more than one subject or that do not fall under the main subject categories in the Document File. Among the items for 1906 are letters concerning Edison's deafness, dietary habits, and home; a letter from Edward H. Johnson; and a bill from William J. Hammer. Also included are two letters inquiring about Edison's plans to construct concrete dwellings and a statement by William E. Gilmore regarding Edison company payrolls for 1895- 1906.
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