This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1916, along with undated items that were probably generated in 1916. Included are letters from Ernest Berggren, secretary-treasurer of Thomas A. Edison, Inc., regarding Edison Phonograph Works bonds owned by Mina Edison. Also included is a letter from Charles Edison written in September while his mother was vacationing in Maine, along with a telegram by Thomas Edison urging his wife to come home "soon as possible very lonesome." In addition, there are two telegrams sent by Mina to Thomas in November on her way home from a visit to her family in Ohio. Numerous letters to and from the Universal Appraisal Co. pertain to the company's interest in appraising the contents of Glenmont. There is also correspondence with Italian composer Luigi Romano concerning his efforts to secure an autographed photograph of Pope Benedict XV for Mina. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.