This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the New Jersey Patent Co., a patent holding company for the National Phonograph Co. and other Edison concerns. Among the items for 1908 are memoranda concerning foreign patents held by Edison, documents pertaining to the company's investment in the Douglas Phonograph Co., and two receipts for payments made to Walter H. Miller and Jonas Walter Aylsworth for "sundries." Among the correspondents are Frank L. Dyer, general counsel of the Legal Department, and Harry F. Miller, treasurer of the New Jersey Patent Co.
Approximately 50 percent of the documents have been selected. The items not selected consist primarily of receipts, letters of inquiry, and documents that duplicate information in selected material.