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Here are some mirco film letters, there!

Nikola Tesla Museum Microfilm Prints


Nikola Tesla Correspondence





Here is a Beaut




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Is there maybe some recommended image processing software that could help with this?
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Is there maybe some recommended image processing software that could help with this?
I use to have an OCR reader with a scanner I had but lost it all.
It didn't always work and you would have to go back and correct it all.
I was wishing for one after looking at those old impact typed
pages. There is so much to learn from those men.

The originals are irreplaceable.

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Please don't post the images here neither. We have them all as you can verify by downloading dR-Green's file.
If you have one that we do not have, then either you are the Tesla museum (in which case you can post), or you have a fake (in which case. don't!).

@ Jeff,
I have tried various OCR programs, but the quality of the prints is too low.
Besides that many are handwritten....


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1. The first necessity is the provision of a fund to
cover the expenses of construction of two plants for trans-atlantic
or trans-pacific communication.
2. With temporary buildings the ...... would involve
....... of about one hundred thousand dollars, the .....
approximately two hundred and fifty thousand.
The working capacity of the atlantic plants .....
..... of four of the .... cables. The pacific
..... would do the work of more than eight trans-pacific cables
..... six to eight months would be necessary for the ......
..... the latter could be put in working order
certainly within a year.
........ interest of the art, if not in .......
........ consider this project, the realisations which
......... by my inventions, I have the ..........

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New York, Dec. 10th, 1900
46 & 48 ... Houston St.

Mr. J Pierpont Morgan
.... Wall Street,
New York City

Dear Mr. Morgan:
Appreciating the immense value of your time and also
the weight of circumstantcial ...., I have withdrawn more or less
hastily last Friday, preferring to make a few condensed statements
at long distance which, with a small effort on your part will put
you in possesion of that knowledge; which I have myself gained
only after a long and exhaustive study of the questions involved
1. A casual remark ... made the other day showing that
you have been somewhat impressed by newspaper reports, skillfully
..... , but without foundations in facts ................
..... , Priv. Councillor of Germany:"I am devoting myself
...... sometime to investigations in wireless telegraphy which you
have first founded in such a clear and precise manner"---"It will
interest you, as father of this telegraphy, to know,"---
2. Apologizing for this digression, which I would have
..... had I not thought it necessary to illuminate the situation.
I beg you to bear in mind, that with my patents in this still vir-
gin field, should you take hold of them, you will command a posi-
tion which, for a number of reasons, will be ...... stronger than
that held by the owners of Bell's telephone inventions or by those
of my own discoveries in power transmission by alternating currents.
3. For not only have I secured broad rights on the fun-
damental elements and features of the system, but I also have pa-
tents ..........., methods ......... appliances for the
production of powerful oscillations, which are universally identi-
fied with my name, and without which a wireless transmission to
very great distances and individualization of messages are not
practicable. The necessity of ...... my statements compels
me to cite my illustrious friends, Lord Kelvin and Sir William
Crookes. The former says:"This is a wonderful development of the
induction coil and destined to be of great importance!." the lat-
ter:"The performence of your machine is marvelous."
4. The legal position is rendered still more secure by
my inventions of entirely novel methods for receiving as well as
for individualizing the messages, with which none now known has the
remotest chance of competing, and which are likewise patented.
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Really great Jeff!
Keep 'm coming!

I have tried to find some of the missing text in Morgan 0001.

The address "East Houston Str." I knew, that makes it easier to recognise. Also I have become familiar with Tesla's writing style, that also helps, I guess... Still, I can not read everything.
Here are my additions:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeff Pearson
New York, Nov. 26th, 1900.
46 & 48 East Houston Str.
Mr J. Pierpont Morgan,
Wall Street, New York:

Dear Mr. Morgan:
Since last Friday, when I took the liberty to bring my
project to your kind attention, I have carefully considered the
facts and features, which seem to me essential and which, briefly
stated, are as follows:
1. I have succeeded in perfecting methods and apparatus,
which ... the transmission of messages to any distance without
wires ....long and expansive cables, as a method of conveying
intelligence, a commercial impossibility. These inventions render
....practicable, the production and safe manipulation of electri-
cal pressures up to a hundred million volts and movements of elec-
trical energy measured by rates of hundred of thousands of horse-
power which are capable of bringing into action instruments at any
point of the globe, no matter how distant from the transmitting
station. Long practical experience with apparatus of this kind and
exact measurements embracing a range of nearly seven hundred miles,
.... me to construct plants for such telegraphic communication
......... Atlantic and, if need be, across the pacific ocean, with
the fullest assurance of success.
2. I have devised means for operating selectively a
great number of instruments without mutual interference, and can
guarantee the absolute privacy of all messages.
3. rights have been secured by me of these methods
........ patents granted or allowed.
4. I am free and unhampered to enter into such agree-
ments regarding the exploitation of these, and my future inventions
in this field, as you might desire.
5. It would be my wish, subject to your approval, to
identity my name with any corporation which might be eventually
formed for above purpose.
6. Although the development of these inventions has con-
sumed .... of effort, knowing that I have to deal with a great
man, I do not hesitate to leave the apportionment of my interest
and compensation .... to your generosity.
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5. Furthermore, I have secured rights on improvements of
a wholly different nature applicable to my system and offering
such advantages that any of them would be sufficient to exclude
competition.
6. Then again, I have made certain scientific discove-
ries, which in themselves are of transcendent importance in wire-
less transmissions to great distances, which I chiefly contemplate,
and which offers such unprecedented changes in commercial explota-
tion, that they deserve your fullest attention
7. Without endevoring to give you more evidences of
this kind, I venture to state - not without apprehension of being
misundserstood to you - That you have in further guarunties of success
in my extensive experience and ability acquired through years of
experimentation with electrical vibrations, of which my co-workers
will give you testimony.
8. Besides in this country, I have protected myself,
though not so quite completely, in England, Victoria, New South
Wales, Austria, Hungary, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Russia
and Switzerland.
9. In view of the intense activity in this field it is
desirable, that I should be placed without delay in a position en-
abling me to turn to profit my advanced knowledge and to secure
patents on features, which though of less moment now, may soon
become important.
10. Before going further permit me to remind you, that
had there been only faint-hearted and close-fisted people in the
world, nothing great would have ever been done. Rafael could not
have created his marvels, Columbus could not have discovered Ameri-
ca, the Atlantic cable could not have been laid. You of all,
should be the man to embark boldly in this enterprise only seem-
ingly hazardus, prompted by superior insight as well as desire to
advance an art of inestimable value to mankind.
11. Coming to the financial question - please remember:
These inventions, - the results attainable only by their means -
which now I alone am able to accomplish - in your strong hands,
with your consummate knowledge the mastery of business - are worth
an incalculable amount of money.
12. Although I have expressed myself in my last letter,
I will be more explicit relative to my share and compensastion, The
control is yours, the larger part is yours. As to my interest -
you know the value of discoveries and artist creations - your
terms are mine.


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Tesla correspondence #100

Tesla correspondence #100


New York, July 20th, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Spring, Colo.

Dear Mr. Tesla:

Your telegram not to send the oscillator returned from Chicago was received this afternoon, but I regret to say that it has already shipped Tuesday. I have answered by telegraph to this effect, also that it might be possible to recall it from Chicago, if the American Express Company would be immediately notified, but up to the moment of writing I have received no reply. Mr. Ulman tried all the different machines and found this one to give the most steady light, and therefore considered it the most suitable to send. The other one, the latest type, gives also a fairly steady light, but not as good as the one forwarded.

The work in the shop is on the coherers, commutator, armature and shaft. Mr. Ulman thinks he will be able to obtain six or eight grades of metal chips and filings for the coherers.

Respectfully,

Geo. Scherff

P.S. Just received telegram to recall the machine, and going to hurry to Express Office before they close as it is late. The other oscillator goes tomorrow.

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Tesla Correspondence # 101

Tesla Correspondence # 101

New York, July 21rst, 1899.
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.

Nikola Tesla Esq.
Colorado Springs, Colo.

Dear Mr. Tesla:

I reached the express office just in time last night to recall the oscillator from Chicago. A telegram to stop it was immediately sent by the Express Company.

The other oscillator, together with two secondary spools is packed up ready to be shipped this evening.

Mr Ulman begs to be excused, he says he is too busy to report on the work this evening, but will do so to-morrow.

The mail obtained at the Waldorf to-day consisted of the inclosed bill, clippings and a letter from Dr. Carroll, inquiring about an electrical oscillator.

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Tesla Correspondence – 102

New York, July 22nd, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

Mr Ulman reported that the work in the shop is on the coherers, filings for the same, armature and commutator. He says the work on the coherers is going on as fast as possible, and he expects to have all finished the early part of next week.

The enclosed letter was received this morning. I have expressed regret to Prof. Campbell and informed him of your absence and that his letter would be forwarded to you.

A bill was received from “Le Courrier de la Presse” for 25 francs, for which I will send a postal money order.

I enclose a statement of the expenses for the past week.

Respectfully,

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Tesla Correspondence #103

Tesla Correspondence #103


New York, July 24th, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.

Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

Your note and letter of Muncherjee & Co. Were received this morning. I have written them in accordance with your instructions.

The work in the shop is on the coherers, filings, armature and finishing of pulley. Mr Uhlman says the coherers are nearing completion; also that during the past week he has been unable to do much on the design of the break with constant overflow feature, having been actively occupied with the work in the shop.

The oscillator which was first shipped has been returned from Chicago in good order. In the box containing it were also packed the three books on astronomy. One of them which appeared to be the best one. I have to-day sent by mail, as well as also Vol. II of Mascart and Joubert's work on Electricity and Magnetism, which was just received from the D. Van Nostrand Company. They have not yet been able to obtain Vol. I, as Mr. Speirs explains in the enclosed note. The other two books, I thought, might be conveniently shipped together with the wax-paper and another secondary
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The ending of the Tesla Correspondence #103 letter.

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spool for the oscillator. I was misinformed the other day when I wrote that two spools had been forwarded; it was one coil already wound, belonging to the oscillator, and one empty spool, Mr. Merckling? Not having the other one finished. We hope to send all this to-morrow, and the wax-paper is promised to be shipped to-day.

I enclose also a bill just received from the Van Nostrand Company.

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Tesla Correspondence #105


New York, July 25th, 1899.
#46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Alta Vista Hotel,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

Mr. Uhlman reports that the work in the shop is on the coherers and filings, armature insulation, finishing of pulley and commutator. He thinks it is possible that the coherers will be ready to be expressed to-morrow, or Thursday at the latest.

The enclosed letter was received to-day.

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New York, July 26th, 1899.
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

The work of the shop is on coherers and filings, finishing pulley and bearings and insulating armature. The coherers are not yet finished, as considerable difficulty was encountered in getting the glass pieces of all equal size. Mr Uhlman says, he will try his best to have them finished to-morrow.

He has had some aluminum wire nickel-plated and will have it cut into small particules. Nickel wire 10/1000 of an inch thick could not be obtained, so some thicker wire had to be taken and drawn to the proper size.

The speed of the independent break, Mr. Uhlman says, is now over 2100 revolutions per minute, and the machine runs very quietly and smoothly.

The mail to-day consisted of two letters from inventors and an appeal for charity.

Respectfully,

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New York, July 27th, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

Mr. Uhlman says it will be impossible to send the coherers off to-day. Some unexpected delay came up in fitting the glass tubes to the plugs of the coherers, and many of the tubes had to be made anew in order to make them fit properly.

The nickel wire has been drawn to 10/1000 inch and is being cut into small particules, 10/1000 inch long.

The Hammerschlag Company have not yet sent the wax-paper. They say this is their busy season and they are doing their best to make it as soon as possible.

The enclosed application blank was left by a representative of the Amsterdam Gas company who desire you to use their gas. All the other occupants of the building have made application, the gentleman says, but the gas cannot be put in, unless you use it also.

I enclose also the bill of the Edison Illuminating Co.

Respectfully,

Geo. Scherff

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New York, July 28th, 1899.
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

All the coherers and the nickel fillings are finished and will be expressed this evening. There are five grades of fillings, which Mr. Uhlman marked No. 1 to No. 5, the former number being the finest and the latter the coarsest. The chips of nickel and the nickel plated aluminum wire are also being sent along. Furthermore an empty spool, wax-paper cut to fit the same, a stand and two lamps for the oscillator and two books on astronomy are included in the shipment.

The work of the shop continue on finishing the second independent break and developping the pump of the first break.

I send inclosed a letter and two bills. The bill of the Hammerschlag Co. Is very high, but they said they did not carry the kind of paper wanted in stock and could not buy less than one ream.

Respectfully,

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New York, July 29th, 1899
46 & 48 Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

Mr Uhlman reports that the work in the shop is on the commutator, bearing of armature and pump, and nickel and aluminum wire chips. He says another ____ for the one inch coherer will be sent Monday or Tuesday to replace the one that was slightly defective.

Mr. Uhlman also requests that you also lay out some more work for the shop. In the mean time, he says he will keep the men busy on the third break.

The enclosed letter and an inquiry about an ozone generator was the mail received to-day.

Your check for $___ for the laboratory expenses was received this morning. I send herewith a statement of the expenses for the past week.

Respectfully,

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Tesla Correspondence #110


New York, July 31rst, 1899.
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr. Tesla:

The second independent break, Mr. Uhlman says, is now finished except the armature and commutator and a few minor details. In the absence of other orders he commenced work on a third break. The nickel and aluminum wire chips he expects to send off to-morrow.

The enclosed letter from Mr. Brown has just been received. I forward also two bills.

Respectfully,

Geo. Scherff


Done for today. Will try to do some more in the next few days up to #120.

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Thanks again Jeff and Michel!

I am very glad to see some are chipping in. A few more hands and we can get this thing done!



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New York, August 1rst, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr Tesla:

Your telegram to get two more clock-works like the very first ones, but with stronger shifts on the large wheel, and five (grades) of silver and bismuth filings, was received this afternoon. The silver and two clock-works have been procured immediately, and work on them will be begun at once; the bismuth we have not yet been able to obtain.

Mr. Uhlman surmised that the silver and bismuth fillings are to be mixed together, and he proposed to send, -each metal separate, of course six onces of silver and two and a half ounces of bismuth fillings, divided up into five grades. If this is not enough, he says, would (you) kindly telegraph.

The work of the (dr.) has been on the commutator, winding of the armature and casting of the third independent break.

The sending of the aluminum and nickel wire chips had to be delayed, because more nickel wire had to be gotten and is now being drawn. The quantity cut up does not appear sufficient to Mr. Uhlman.

The included bill was received to-day.

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New York, August 2nd, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr Tesla:

Mr. Uhlman ___________ in the shop is on silver and bismuth fillings, nickel wire chips, clockworks and casting of third independent break, winding of armature and developpement of pump. The work on the filings and clockworks is being pushed as rapidly as possible.

As the bismuth has proved cheaper than was anticipated, ( 20 cents an ounce) we should send the equal amount of it as of silver.

The included statement was received to-day.

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13. Referring to your remark about the state of affairs
in England, the acceptance by the Post office of the Hertzian system
which, by the way, is of no practical value, since it does not per-
mit transmission to great distances and selective signalling,
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would, if anything, help my inventions. But if the government
should adapt certain modifications, which are infringements on my
system, I ..................................... I have, however,
even ................. from England, France, or Belgium, that I shall have
no difficulty whatever to place ................... my apparatus

Yours very respectfully
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Morgan 0006 handwritten

Dec 12 1900

How can I begin to thank you
in the name of my profession and
my own great generous man. My work
will proclaim loudly your name to the world!
You will soon see that not only am
I capable of appreciating deeply the
______ of your action, but also of
______ your _____________________
investment worth a hundred times the
sum you have _________at my disposal
______________________________!
With ____ ____ wishes from all my heart
for your happiness and welfare beleive me
ever yours Most Respectfully N. Tesla
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STATEMENT
Relative to the cash expended by Mr. Tesla in developing the in-
ventions to be introduced up to Jan. 1, 1901

According to bills on file:
To general _______, cost of patents and construction
of model machines to be manufactured $148,466.18

To wages of assistants $123,604.05

To work in Colorado $16,000.0

To interest acquired April 25, 1898 $158,500.0

To interest acquired Nov. 1, 1900 $56,029.27

Total amount of cash expended by Mr. Tesla $402,599.50
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New York, February 15th. 1901

Nikola Tesla, ___.
46 East Houston St, New York
My dear Mr. Tesla:
I have enclosed draft of a letter which I think covers the arrange-
ment you talked of with Mr. Morgan. If you will write him such a letter
as this and send him at the same time assignments of the fifty-one per
cent interest in the various patents, he can confirm the understanding
by letter and that will complete the arrangement. I have shown this
to Mr. Morgan and he thinks it is allright.

Yours very truly, ______
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New York, Feb. 18th, 1901

__Charles Steele
______J.P. Morgan & co.,
23 Wall Street, N.Y. City

Dear Mr. Steele:
Upon receipt of your kind note of Feb 15th., with formal
letter to Mr. Morgan, confirmatory of our ___________
called on you last Saturday, but learned you were engaged.
I need scarcely say that I would sign any __________ up-
proved by Mr. Morgan, but I believe there exist a misunder-
standing in regard to my system of lighting, which was not included
in the original proposition.
I have been engaged in perfecting it since a number of
years and believe, that it will ______________________
The inclosed excerp from a _____ program which I have _____-
___ give you ____ of this invention, while the appended
statement relative to the cash expenditures I have incurred, _____
___ ___ ___, will ___ ___ ___ _____, with which you are
no doubt familiar, that ___ ___ ___ other things, capital to develop
____ inventions. Of this ___ while it ___ been ___ for ___-
___, knowing that the _____ be grateful to __________
it. I am well aware of its great commercial value, but __ sum,
however large, which I might obtain from other people, I would con-
sider ___ more than a ___, ___ ___ with the _____
_________ I would _______ associated with Mr. Mor-
gan _____ as soon as practicable, I shall show ___ ___ to him
_____ ____ on his ______.
Under inclosure ___ ___ my letter, in all respects
_____ as you have ____, with the exception of the ______
___ ____, I hope, will be found just and agreeable to him.
Some of the patents concerned in our agreement _____
____, in which, besides myself, Col. Antor is interested
and which I control. It will be necessary for me to comply with a
formality before making the assignments. I shall attend to this
matter at the earliest possible moment.
With assurance of my personal sympathy, which has been
kindled in our short conversation the other day, I remain,

Yours Sincerely

Incls. (Kindly return at your convenience.)
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Tesla Correspondence #114

Tesla Correspondence #114


New York, August 4th, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr Tesla:

The nickel and aluminum wire chips and silver filings -five grades- will be ready for shipment to-morrow, Mr. Uhlman says, and then the bismuth filings will be made. Work on the clock-mouvements is also progressing. Heavier springs are necessary and occasion additional strengthening of the parts bearing the strain of the springs.

The second independent break will be run to-morrow and the speed taken.

The work on the third break is on the castings.

The two enclosed bills were obtained at the Waldorf __ ______.

Respectfully,

Geo. Scherff
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Tesla Correspondence #116

Tesla Correspondence #116


New York, August 6th, 1899
46 & 48 E. Houston Str.


Nikola Tesla, Esq.,
Colorado Springs, Colo.


Dear Mr Tesla:

Together with ______________ I am mailing five grades of bismuth filings, ____________ finished to-day.

All possible _________________ to complete the clockworks, and work on the third break is progressing rapidly, Mr. Uhlman says; also that the pump of the first break gives a very steady stream without splashing.

I enclose bill from Mr. Merckling.

Respectfully,

Geo. Scherff
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