This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1913, along with undated items that were probably generated in 1913. Included is correspondence between Mina Edison and her siblings regarding the estate of their mother, Mary Valinda Miller, who died in October 1912. Also included are letters from John G. MacVicar, headmaster of Monclair Academy, concerning the progress of Mina's son, Theodore. In addition, there is correspondence with Arthur E. Bestor, president of the Chautauqua Institution, and George W. Rowland, superintendent, relating to the Miller family's investment in the Chautauqua Hotel Co. An exchange of letters with Harvie E. Heitman, the Edison family's agent in Fort Myers, deals with the stocking of black bass in estuaries near the Edison home. A letter from Mina's niece, Rachel Miller, announces the death of her uncle Stanley Igoe. Other correspondents include Rev. Oscar B. Close of the Anti-Saloon League of New Jersey, New York City civic leader Robert E. Ely, U.S. Senator William Hughes, and longtime Edison associate T. Commerford Martin. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.