1 page, 10 x 8 approximately, on Edison's laboratory stationery, slight age-toning. Matted with a portrait in an antique frame (unexamined out of frame). Edison expresses pleasure to learn that "the recitals given by Mr. J.W. Scott at the Malvern have met with such favor," and he tells Krob "if you are in this locality at some future date I shall be very glad to have you stop in and look over the plant."" /> EDISON, Thomas Alva (1847-1931), inventor. Typed letter signed ("Thos A Edison," with his typical "umbrella" flourish), to Ernest C. Krob of The Malvern, Bangor Maine; Orange, N.J., 6 July 1915. <I>1 page, 10 x 8 approximately, on Edison's laboratory stationery, slight age-toning. Matted with a portrait in an antique frame (unexamined out of frame). Edison expresses pleasure to learn that "the recitals given by Mr. J.W. Scott at the Malvern have met with such favor," and he tells Krob "if you are in this locality at some future date I shall be very glad to have you stop in and look over the plant." | Christie's