This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to both corporate and personal insurance. The documents for 1917 pertain to insurance on Edison's factory buildings. This business was handled by various Edison officials, including Arthur C. Frost of the Insurance Service Department. Many of the documents concern payments made for fire losses in the Aniline Plant and in the Disc Blank Manufacturing Division, as handled by fire adjusters Miller & Maltbie. There are also Construction and Maintenance Division shop orders, inventories of equipment in damaged buildings, and accounts of losses. None of the items show evidence of Edison's personal involvement. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.