This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1922. Included is a letter from Luther H. Martin, Registrar of Rutgers College, regarding the honorary Doctor of Science degree awarded Edison in 1922, along with remarks of President William H. Demarest. Also included is a letter from C. H. Silliman offering to sell an original watercolor by the British Romantic painter Joseph Mallord William Turneran offer Edison declined on account of "the present depression." Among the documents pertaining to Glenmont, the Edison home in Llewellyn Park, are a communication from Mina Edison's brother John V. Miller in regard to a problem with the floor of the sitting room and a request from Orestes H. Caldwell, editor of Electrical Merchandising, to photograph the electrical equipment in the house. There is also a letter from the eminent chemist Edwin E. Slosson concerning a visit to the Edisons. Among the items relating to Mina's involvement with the Chautauqua movement are letters discussing the financial situation of author and social activist Anna Hardwicke Pennybacker, president of the Chautauqua Woman's Club. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.