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The Dispute Documents - 2

Browse through correspondence in the C. Francis Jenkins Phantoscope case file related to the dispute between Jenkins and Armat.

Eglin to Dyer
Eglin Letter to Dyer, assuring that the Institute will make a thorough investigation of the case, 10/21/1925. (1.1M)

Dyer to Eglin
Dyer Letter to Eglin, requesting a preliminary investigation into the matter to see what can be done, 10/28/1925. (1.8M)

Eglin to Hoadley
Eglin Letter to Hoadley, enclosing copy of letter from Frank Dyer, and copy of reply to him, 10/28/1925. (1.8M)

President to Calvert
President Letter to Harold Calvert, enclosing copy of letter from Frank Dyer, and copy of reply to him, 10/28/1925. (2.0M)

Hoadley to Eglin
George A. Hoadley Letter to Eglin, promising to keep him informed of any developments with Mr. Dyer's matter, 10/30/1925. (2.1M)

Secretary to Clerk of Court
Secretary Letter to the Clerk of the Court, interested in finding out Justice Hagner's decision in the Jenkins/Armat matter, 11/9/1925. (2.7M)

Beach to Hoadley
Morgan H. Beach Letter to Hoadley, replying to inquiry about suits for injunction filed circa 1897 between Armat and Jenkins, 11/10/1925. (1.9M)

Runge to Tutweiler
Walter Runge Letter to Tutweiler, looked into Mr. Dyer's case and determined that fraud was committed in awarding Jenkins the medal, as evidenced by Mr. Dyer, 11/12/1925. (2.0M)

Secretary to Rogers
Secretary Letter to Rogers, enclosing check to receive a copy of Justice Hagner's decision, 11/16/1925. (2.7M)

Dyer to Eglin
Dyer Letter to Eglin, attempting to have the Jenkins case re-opened, 11/17/1925. (2.0M)
Page 2 (1.9M)

Secretary to Beach
Secretary Letter to Morgan H. Beach, acknowledging receipt of Justice Hagner's opinion, 12/2/1925. (2.6M)

Hoadley to Eglin
Hoadley Letter to Eglin, after reviewing the case, it was found that the award was justly given and no other action should be taken, 12/3/1925. (2.2M)

Eglin to Dyer
Eglin Letter to Dyer, upon examination of case, Armat's protest, and Justice Hagner's decision, determined that award was justly given, 12/12/1925. (2.12.1M)

Dyer to Eglin
Dyer Letter to Eglin, requesting permission to examine Jenkins' evidence at The Franklin Institute, 12/14/1925. (2.1M)
Page 2 (2.0M)

Dyer to McClenahan
Dyer Letter to McClenahan, sending letter and exhibits to Eglin, asking that an unbiased person review the material, and requesting that the Institute reconsider Jenkins' award, 12/18/1925. (2.3M)
Page 2 (2.2M)
Page 3 (2.0M)