This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1929, along with undated items that were probably generated in 1929. Included are numerous letters from John V. Miller to his sister Mina Miller Edison, written while the Edisons were at Seminole Lodge, their winter home in Fort Myers, from mid-January until mid-June. The letters report on maintenance activities at Glenmont, the health of the service staff, the final illness and death of servant Anna Tagg, the annual Edison Pioneers dinner, and other matters. There are also comments by Miller about the health of Mina's daughter Madeleine Edison Sloane, who underwent gallbladder surgery in May, and her six-year-old grandson Peter Sloane, whose planned visit to Fort Myers had to be canceled because of the chicken pox. In addition, there are references to the Golden Jubilee of the electric lighta five-month-long celebration that began with the National Electric Light Association convention in early June and ended with a ceremony at the Henry Ford Museum in late October. A letter by Minnesota attorney John J. McCaughey, whose wife was the granddaughter of Edison's uncle Harry, provides genealogical information about Edison family. Other correspondents include photographer Charles James Fox, D. W. Hayes of the Port Huron Rotary Club, Chinese aviator Tien Lai Huang, John E. Lambie of the Lambie Concrete House Corp., and Elga Ludwig, wife of author Emil Ludwig. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.