These letters from April-May 1915 concern Edisonâ€™s possible appearance at a dinner in his honor at Carnegie Hall, sponsored by the Civic Forum. Included is discussion of Edison's reluctance to attend, Fordâ€™s willingness to participate only if Edison were present, and Mina Miller Edisonâ€™s insistence that her husband accept the invitation. The letters are by Robert Ely, director of the Civic Forum; Ernest G. Liebold, Ford's personal secretary; and William H. Meadowcroft, Edison's personal assistant. Also included is a printed preliminary program listing the speakers at the event. Courtesy of the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village Research Center.