This folder contains correspondence and other documents pertaining to Thomas A. Edison, Inc., and affiliated companies, as well as to Edison's personal financial interests and investments. Most of these matters were handled by Richard W. Kellow, secretary of Thomas A. Edison, Personal. Among the items for 1919 are a summary of income, excise, and other taxes paid during the years 1914-1918; a consolidated financial statement for 1919, and interoffice communications concerning the financial situation of the Wisconsin Cabinet & Panel Co. and the Edison Portland Cement Co.
Approximately 20 percent of the documents have been selected. The unselected material includes copies of internal accounting instructions and policies; documents about interest on bonds, such as Liberty Loans; and communications about stock certificates and billing arrangements between Thomas A. Edison, Personal and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.