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[[preprinted]] University of Delaware
Agricultural Experiment Station

Department of Entomology

Newark. Delaware [[/preprinted]]

Feb 7, 1960

Dear Dr. Schmitt:

Under separate cover I am returning the kodachrome slides which I borrowed from you last Thursday. I would appreciate receiving duplicates of all of them except the dark one of the boys diving for money in Castries harbor. If you have a lighter one of this, which could be duplicated, I'd appreciate it, too.

I spoke to the Northeast, Ma. Power Squadron last night about our trip + they seemed most interested. There were 80 persons [[strikethrough]]there[[/strikethrough]] ^[[present]]. One couple had lived in Trinidad during WWII + [[strikethrough]]were[[/strikethrough]] ^[[was]] esp. interested. There was present in the audience a local Newark, Del. music teacher. I always demonstrate the steel band music at the beginning of the talk. She came
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