This folder contains correspondence and other documents from 1920. There are numerous items, including correspondence with the American Radiator Co. and the New York Telephone Co., pertaining to the upkeep and repair of Glenmont, the Edison home in Llewellyn Park, New Jersey. Also included is correspondence with Anna Bjorkander, a former member of the Glenmont service staff who was seeking Mina Edison's assistance to return to America. A letter from physician Edwin A. Locke discusses Mina's efforts to lose weight. Letters by Arthur Bestor and George W. Rowland of the Chautauqua Institution relate to the purchase of additional property and the construction of permanent memorial in Miller Park. Also included are letters regarding a Lewis Miller lectureship in China sponsored by the YMCA and a telegram by William H. Meadowcroft announcing the death of Edison's favorite cousin, Nancy Elizabeth (Lizzie) Wadsworth. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.