This folder contains documents relating to corporate consolidation and other matters. The selected documents cover the years 1899, 1903-1904, and 1910. Included is correspondence with Rosanna Batchelor, widow of Edison's former associate Charles Batchelor, and with Newark attorney Robert H. McCarter regarding Edison's proposed purchase of Mrs. Batchelor's stock in Edison Phonograph Works and the feasibility of including the Works in the consolidation. There are also a list of cases involving the Edison interests and the American Graphophone Co. prior to December 1896; an enumeration of cases pending and under consideration in August 1910; and an agreement between the American Graphophone Co. and the National Phonograph Co. regarding a patent for large-diameter cylinder records.
Less than 5 percent of the documents have been selected.