This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to Seminole Lodge, Edison's winter home in Fort Myers, Florida. Among the items for 1909 are letters regarding the remodeling of the house, the ordering of materials, the planting of royal palms, and possible frost damage to Edison's property. Some of the letters contain marginal comments by Edison pertaining to the appreciation of property values in the Fort Myers area and to the abundance of tarpon and other fish in the nearby river. There is also a letter by Edison concerning accommodations for assistants working in the Fort Myers laboratory.
Approximately 50 percent of the documents have been selected. The items not selected include bills, receipts, and items that duplicate information in selected material.