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 1910 are general expense reports for the Edison companies; minutes of the companies' centralized Manufacturing Committee; and a five- page report sent to Edison while he was vacationing in Fort Myers, Florida. One letter acknowledges Edison's donation toward the erection of a statue honoring the French author, the Comte de Villiers de l'Isle-Adam. Another suggests a meeting between Edison and Wilbur Wright. There is also a letter from Edison's sister-in-law, Alice Stilwell Holzer, announcing the death of her husband, William Holzer. In addition, there are items pertaining to Edison's interest in a hearing aid called the "acousticon" and documents relating to his attendance at the convention of the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies. Among the correspondents are Booker T. Washington, Hudson Maxim, and Charles M. Schwab. There are also letters from longtime Edison associates, including Herman E. Dick, William K. L. Dickson, William J. Hammer, Edward H. Johnson, T. Commerford Martin, James Ricalton, and Charles P. Steinmetz.
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