Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Legal Series -- Richard W. Kellow File: Correspondence with Samuel Insull -- Edison Name Use (1926) [env. 229]
[This note covers the entire Richard W. Kellow File for Part V.]
The Richard W. Kellow File contains agreements, bills of sale, leases and deeds, tax forms, patent assignments, and related correspondence that were maintained by Kellow in his capacity as secretary of Thomas A. Edison, Personal. The selected items cover the years 1911-1930, with the majority dating from the period that Kellow served as secretary (1916-1921). The documents were originally filed in envelopes numbered from 1 through 259.The envelopes have been rearranged in chronological order according to the earliest document in each folder. Each of the 118 envelopes from which documents have been selected appears on the microfilm immediately preceding its contents. Although the title of the envelope generally provides an accurate description of the items therein, some envelopes contain additional material only loosely related to the subject in the title.
Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.