This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1919, along with undated items that were probably generated in 1919. Included are telegrams to and from Mina Edison that was sent during her vacation in western Canada in July and August. Also included are letters relating to a dinner in honor of Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, and correspondence with Anna Bjorkander, a former member of the Glenmont service staff who was seeking Mina's assistance to return to America. In addition, there are letters pertaining to fire insurance on the Edison property at Chautauqua and the construction there of a memorial park. The correspondents include Nanette Bryan, secretary of the Woman's Roosevelt Memorial Association; Rev. Frank MacDaniel, head master of the Pennington School, and George W. Rowland, superintendent of the Chautauqua Institution. Some of the letters addressed to Mina Edison were forwarded to the laboratory and contain comments by Thomas Edison. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.