These documents cover the period 1888-1901. They consist primarily of correspondence, but there are also receipts, records of disbursements, indentures, and agreements. The correspondents include Henry B. Auchincloss, Ira M. Miller, William S. Perry, Pilling & Crane, John F. Randolph, and Alexander B. Scully. Most of the documents relate to Mallory's personal business. Some items pertain to companies which involved Edison, including the Edison Iron Concentrating Co., the Spurr Mining Co., and the Stewart Iron Co.; these documents deal mostly with tax and real estate matters. The following documents (less than one percent of the total) have been selected: a preliminary agreement between Mallory and the Edison Ore Milling Co., Ltd., setting up the Edison Iron Concentrating Co.; documents relating to Edison's participation as an investor in the New Jersey Ore Co. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.