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The Joshua Lederberg Papers

Title:
Letter from E. S. Anderson to Joshua Lederberg pdf (60,577 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from E. S. Anderson to Joshua Lederberg
Description:
Item is handwritten.
Number of Image Pages:
1 (60,577 Bytes)
Date:
1953-04-28 (April 28, 1953)
Creator:
Anderson, E. S.
University of Illinois. Department of Bacteriology
Recipient:
Lederberg, Joshua
Rights:
Courtesy of Joshua Lederberg.
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Relation:
Lederberg Grouping: Correspondence C
Box Number: 8
Folder Number: 167
Unique Identifier:
BBAGMY
Accession Number:
12
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence, 1935-2002
SubSeries: 1953-1960
Folder: Anderson, E. S.
Transcript:
28th April 1953
Dear Lederberg,
Thank you for your letter of 26th April and for the cheque. I am willing to sell the recorder, as I think that the money situation will be rather acute before the end of my tour. I paid a little more than $100 for it, but we can discuss that when I come to Wisconsin.
As far as the registration card is concerned, I don't think that the guarantee can be transferred from myself to you, even though I bought the machine only 2 or 3 days before coming to Urbana. The guarantee normally lasts 90 days, but as the recorder is a robust machine it is very unlikely that it will give you trouble. However, I feel that I must point this out in order to give you the opportunity of changing your mind if you wish.
I had also noticed the dent in the front grill, but, as I did not carefully inspect this when I bought the instrument, I don't know whether it was done before or after I bought it, I had carried the recorder myself while I travelled and certainly was not banged against anything. However, these wire grills are normally pretty soft and not a great deal of pressure would be necessary to cause such a dent. In any case it can easily be straightened.
The important thing as far as I'm concerned is that you should be satisfied with the performance of the machine: If you are, it's a deal.
With kind regards
E.S. Anderson
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