This folder contains correspondence relating to the business of the General Electric Co. Most of the documents pertain to negotiations for a new laboratory contract between Edison and the company. There are also letters about the development of fluorescent lamps and items concerning the company's efforts to locate the corporate records of the Edison Lamp Co. and the Edison Machine Works. Among the correspondents is Frederick P. Fish, an attorney and company official who negotiated the new contract.
The six documents not selected are nonsubstantive letters regarding requests for information, loans from Edison's library, the shipment of supplies, and other routine company business. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.