The selected items in this folder consist of five letters and telegrams from 1915. Included is a telegram from Edward E. Nichols, proprietor of the Cliff House hotel in Manitou Springs, Colorado, and brother-in-law of Mina Edison's sister Mary Miller Nichols, whom the Edisons visited after their trip to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. Also included is a communication from Ernest J. Berggren, secretary-treasurer of Thomas A. Edison, Inc., regarding Mina's investment in the Edison Phonograph Works. Other correspondents include Italian composer Luigi Romano and Dr. Thomas Addison, vice president of the California branch of the General Electric Co. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.