Manuscripts/Mixed Material Letter to Glenn H. Curtiss, March 22, 1912
March 22nd, 1912.
Glenn H. Curtiss, Esq.,
Hammondsport, New York:
Dear Mr. Curtiss:-
Bell, Baldwin, McCurdy, Curtiss & Selfridge v. Myers Interference N o 34, 455 (on Bell et al Patent 1,011,106)
As you probably know, an interference has been declared by the Patent Office between the joint patent and an application of one George Francis Myers of Buffalo, New York. We are very desirous of seeing you in connection with this matter, and would be obliged in you would wire at our expense or drop us a line, upon receipt of this letter, indicating if you could see our Mr. Kerkam at Hammondsport some day next week, say on Friday, the 29th instant, and if you could not see him on that date when you could see him. We desire to go over with you the matters of the various dates which it will be necessary to allege in our preliminary statements in this interference. We have had a conference with Dr. Bell and have examined the A. E. A. Bulletins, but there are several points on which we believe you could shed additional light, and it seems quite important that we have a conference with you at Hammondsport regarding the matter.
Yours very truly,