This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the health, finances, and activities of Mina Miller Edison and other family members. Among the items for 1910 are letters pertaining to the financial difficulties of William Leslie Edison, the legal problems of his Edison Auto Accessories Co., the finances of Thomas A. Edison, Jr., the many charitable and household activities of Mina Miller Edison, and the redemption of her bonds in the Edison Electric Illuminating Co. and Edison Phonograph Works. There is also material concerning an automobile accident involving Charles Edison and the expenses for a summer camp attended by Theodore Edison.
Approximately 50 percent of the documents have been selected. The items not selected consist primarily of receipts, bills of lading, and routine account statements. Some of the receipts and statements relate to the claims of the Canis Index Co. and the Motor Boat Publishing Co. against William Leslie Edison.