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The writer of this book was one of the few employees of Thomas Elva Edison, who were privileged to be at his home on the night of his death. Certain of the events of the hours before and after the tragic event made a profound impression. This brief recital of them is authentic. It is offered as the tribute of an individual to the memory of a genius whose fame and achievements were known the world over, affectionally known to his associates and close friends merely as "the Old Man"
These are the words written by Len McChesney. He autographed a copy of the book to his good friend, my uncle Al in 1932. The book has only 15 pages.