This letterbook covers the period July 1894-February 1896. Most of the correspondence is by Walter S. Mallory, vice-president of the company; William S. Perry, secretary and treasurer; John F. Randolph, successor to Perry; and John P. Walsh, sales agent for sand. The letters deal mainly with stock transactions, personnel matters, property insurance, equipment, supplies, and sand orders. There are also letters describing operations at the Ogden works, briquette production, and product performance. A ten-page progress report from Mallory to James C. Parrish ends with a prediction that "we will be able to turn out product at a very considerable profit, and fully realize all we have expected." Other letters pertain to tax assessments, the market price of General Electric securities, and Edison's attempt to interest German investors in the company. One letter concerns a sprained ankle suffered by Edison. The spine is stamped "10" and is labeled "From July 5, 1894 To Aug 24, 1895." The book contains 1002 numbered pages and an index. Approximately 10 percent of the book has been selected. The letters near the end of the book are written in very faint green ink and may be difficult to read. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.