This folder contains correspondence relating to the business of the Edison United Phonograph Co. Included are letters about the payment of bills for phonographs and phonograph accessories, foreign patent applications, and the presentation of phonographs to foreign heads of state. Some of the correspondence is by G. N. Morison, secretary of the company. There are also letters by Edison's attorney, Sherburne B. Eaton.
Approximately 50 percent of the documents have been selected. The following categories of documents have not been selected: routine letters from the law firm of Eaton & Lewis regarding payment for their legal services; letters of acknowledgement and transmittal; meeting announcements; other routine business correspondence; duplicate copies of selected documents. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.