This folder contains documents relating to the Wisconsin Cabinet and Panel Co., a New London, Wisconsin, company purchased by Edison to manufacture phonograph cabinets. The two selected items for 1918 pertain to the company's financial condition and its relationship to the Edison Phonograph Works. The correspondents include Edison financial executive Stephen B. Mambert, Edison treasurer Harry F. Miller, and the company's general manager Frank L. Zaug.
Approximately 20 percent of the documents have been selected. The unselected items pertain to the assignment of bonds and to the annual meeting.
Documents discussing the acquisition of this company, its financial status, and its relationship to other Edison interests can also be found in E-18-41 (Financial) and E-18-68 (Phonograph -- Edison Phonograph Works). Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.