This folder contains correspondence and other documents concerning legal cases involving Edison or companies in which he had an interest. The one selected item for 1916 is a communication from Carl H. Wilson vice president of Thomas A. Edison, Inc., relating to the deferral of the triple damage suit against the General Film Co. This company was part of the motion picture patents trust in which Edison had a stake.
The four unselected items are routine documents pertaining to evidence provided by Edison official Harry F. Miller in cases involving the National Phonograph Co., the predecessor to TAE Inc. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.