This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the business of the North American Phonograph Co., which went into receivership on August 21, 1894. Included are letters about the financial condition of the company; relations with the Edison United Phonograph Co.; and the payment of a monthly allowance to Lily R. Lippincott, widow of the company's former president, Jesse Lippincott. Among the correspondents are Alfred O. Tate, vice president of the company, and J. Adriance Bush and Richard Wayne Parker, attorneys who were involved in the receivership proceedings.
All of the documents have been selected.
Related documents can be found in D-94-30 (Patents). Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.