Reply to Sapphire letter from J.E.S.Thorpe sent May 28, 1934.

Thorpe advises Harrison to head up a request to the company. If Harrison gets enough prospective customers and will join in building the line, the company would build it at actual cost and would then refund the cost of the line in electrical energy without charge until they are reimbursed.
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