National Geographic : 1919 Oct
(17 :-. 1 pB C--- Lady Randolph Churchill is the mother of Winston Churchill, Secretaryfor War in the British Government and the sister in-law of the Duke of Marlhorough. SHIS letter comes from the best furnished house in all England. Its writer is England's greatest authority on furniture. Praise from Lady Randolph Churchill is the Old World's stamp of approval on Mr. Edison's adaptations of Europe's richest furni ture treasures. A reading of her letter, however, shows that Lady Churchill has been led by her furniture-knowledge into a misconception. So artistically conceived, so exquisitely made are these Edison Period Cabinets that she has drawn the very natural conclusion that Zadei1andolphChurchill they can be afforded by only the fortunate few. This is absolutely contrary to the fact. Mr. Edison has placed authentic period cabinets within the reach of every one. He has required that a period cabinet be developed for each New Edison--even the lowest-priced models. These wonderful instruments in their beautiful cases are pictured and described in our new book, "Edison and Music." Write for it. Thomas A. Edison, Inc., Orange, N. J. he NEW EDISON "She Phonoyraph with a Soul" "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"