A military veteran, inventor, and industrialist, George Westinghouse was a private and reserved man who shunned publicity. Few external correspondences survived to this day, and known surviving external letters fully-handwritten by him are rarer still, fewer than half a dozen. Almost all known handwritten letters were to his wife Marguerite. As caretaker of two handwritten Westinghouse letters, I detail in this new blog entry the second letter recently acquired, and give an update on the first letter acquired last year.
Official Art of War:
“When two sides who consider each other enemies converge in armed struggle, for the moment they are no longer enemies. They are fellow human beings who face the same two choices that their ancestors did for centuries before them: to destroy each other or to prosper together.” The Art of War--Spirituality for Conflict