The selected items in this folder cover the years 1932-1935. Included is a memorandum by John V. Miller, Edison's brother-in-law and secretary of his estate, regarding a conference held at Glenmont on February 16, 1932. Among the topics discussed in the memorandum are the report of the International Memorial Committee, the placement of a Japanese lantern at Edison's grave, the continuation of his rubber experiments at Fort Myers, and the progress of Wilber B. Huston, Arthur O. Williams, Jr., and other winners of the Edison scholarship contest. A March 1932 letter from Miller to his sister Mina Miller Edison reports on the progress of the rubber work. Other items by Miller and by coexecutors Charles and Theodore Edison pertain to the financial and legal status of Edison's estate, including the disposition of his stock in the Llewellyn Park Improvement Association and his membership in the Essex County Country Club. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.