This scrapbook contains clippings, primarily from August 1913-February 1914, arranged by subject. Included are articles relating to Edison's business plans with Henry Ford; his legal and financial affairs; his research methods; his health, diet, and sleeping habits; his opinions about contemporary issues; and visitors at Glenmont, ranging from Italian child educator Maria Montessori to "Jasper the Thinking Dog." Also included are two lengthy articles by Edison's personal assistant, William H. Meadowcroft; a 7-page biographical sketch from the April 1924 issue of General Electric Review; and a 1923 interview with physicist Louis A. Hazeltine about the development of radio. Subject headings and lists of duplicate versions of each article have been added in ink. The spine is inscribed "General." The book contains 140 numbered pages, nearly half of which are blank. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.