This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1930, along with undated items that were probably generated in 1930. Included are letters exchanged between John V. Miller and his sister Mina Miller Edison while the Edisons were at Seminole Lodge, their winter home in Fort Myers, during the first half of 1930. The letters discuss the health of family friend Mrs. J. J. Perine, renovation work at the Glenmont garage, and other matters. One letter expresses concern that the white servants at Glenmont will not be willing to share bathroom facilities with Queenie Adams, the African American cook at Fort Myers whom Mina was planning to bring back to New Jersey. Another discusses the construction of a new bathroom specifically for Queenie's use. Other correspondents include Walter M. Buswell, consulting botanist on Edison's rubber experiments, and former New Jersey governor Edward C. Stokes. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.