This book, which covers the period August 1897-May 1906, is the third in a series of three invoice books containing tissue copies of expense statements and other household accounts. Payments to the Edison children are sometimes indicated. Included are charity, entertainment, furniture, medical, and living expense accounts. Also included are copies of outgoing letters by Mina Miller Edison and others. The spine is stamped "Invoices." The book contains 1000 numbered pages; it has been used to page 87.
The three selected items are letters relating to Mina Edison's lost diamond ring; to work being done on the Edison home in Fort Myers, Florida; and to a loan made by Mina Edison to Ira and Cora Miller. The letters may be difficult to read because of faint and spreading ink. The expense statements, which duplicate the information in the unbound statements, have not been selected.