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RQ-255611-17
Papers of Thomas A. Edison
Paul Israel, Rutgers University

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The Edison Paper (Web Resources)
Title: The Edison Paper
Author: Thomas E. Jeffrey
Author: Ben Bakelaar
Author: Paul Israel
Abstract: Search Methods •Name/Date/Document Type •Folder/Volume Descriptions •Series Notes •Single Document or Folder Instructions and Essays •Search Instructions •Citing the Digital Edition •History of Edison's Papers •Editorial Procedures About the Digital Edition Nearly 175,000 document images are now available in the Digital Edition of the Thomas A. Edison Papers. Included are documents from the archives of the Thomas Edison National Historical Park scanned from Parts I-III of the Microfilm Edition, along with items from other repositories and private collections. (View a document sampler of selected images.) Through its integrated structure and ease of access, the Digital Edition provides powerful search capabilities enabling users to search for authors, recipients, and names mentioned in a database of 143,500 document records and 23,300 names. The Digital Edition was created with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://edison.rutgers.edu/digital/
Primary URL Description: The Thomas A. Edison Papers Digital Edition provides powerful search capabilities enabling users to search for over 25,000 individual and organizational names in a database of more than 140,000 documents.

The Papers of Thomas A. Edison, Volume 9: Competing Interests (January 1888-December 1889) (Book)
Title: The Papers of Thomas A. Edison, Volume 9: Competing Interests (January 1888-December 1889)
Editor: Paul B. Israel
Editor: Louis Carlat
Editor: Theresa M. Collins
Editor: Alexandra R. Rimer
Editor: Daniel J. Weeks
Abstract: The ninth volume of Edison’s papers (1888–1889) documents the inventor’s responses to technological, organizational, and economic challenges. He pursued ambitious goals at his laboratory, achieved notable success with the phonograph, engaged in a "War of the Currents" in electric lighting, and embarked on an iron-mining venture that would consume his attention and money for a decade. Available as Print-on-Demand (ISBN 978-1-4214-4011-8).
Year: 2020
Access Model: Project Muse open-access, available 2021
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Type: Edited Volume
ISBN: 978-1-4214-401
Copy sent to NEH?: No


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