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 1909 are weekly business reports sent to Edison while he was vacationing in Fort Myers, Florida; solicitations from the Essex County Republican Committee and other items concerning local and national politics; and correspondence pertaining to a settlement with John Tomlinson and others in litigation involving the National Phonograph Co. Also included is a clipping from the Mexican Herald with the claim that Edison was born in Zacatecas, Mexico, along with the inventor's handwritten comment: "no truth in it." In addition, there are letters from Booker T. Washington, Porfirio Diaz, and Emil Rathenau, as well as longtime Edison associates Herman E. Dick, William K. L. Dickson, Cornelius J. Field, Samuel Insull, Edward H. Johnson, T. Commerford Martin, and Francis Upton.
All of the documents have been selected except for duplicates.