This letterbook covers the period February-April 1895. Most of the correspondence is by Edison and Walter S. Mallory, vice-president of the company. The letters deal mainly with personnel matters, equipment, supplies, and sand orders. One item relates to Edison's personal supervision of the boilers to check the quality of the coal. Another describes plans to change the line voltage at Glenmont and the West Orange laboratory. There is also a memorandum in Edison's hand detailing managerial responsibilities at the Ogden works. In addition, there are inquiries regarding a search for a foundry foreman (one example has been selected). The spine is stamped "Letters" and is labeled "#7 Feb. 11, 1895 to Apr. 27, 1895." The book contains 701 numbered pages and an index. Approximately 5 percent of the book has been selected. The letters near the end of the book are written in very faint green ink and may be difficult to read. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.