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This series contains correspondence, financial records, and other documents relating to the members of the Edison and Miller families. Most of the items for the period 1899-1910 pertain to the activities and interests of Edison's second wife, Mina Miller Edison, and to the maintenance of Glenmont, the Edison home in Llewellyn Park. The documents are from four archival record groups at the Edison National Historical Park: Charles Edison Fund Collection; Edison Family Papers; Account Books; and Harry F. Miller Collection. Finding aids are available.
The items not selected include a notebook containing samples of plants collected by Mina Edison at Fort Myers; copies of the will of her mother, Mary V. Miller; agreements between Mina Edison and Mary V. Miller concerning the will; and horoscopes of Mina Edison, Theodore Edison, and members of the Miller family.
The documents appear in the following order: (1) Correspondence; (2) Financial Records.