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started at low temperature then let heat up and kept finally as high as possible.  Left the operation in charge of Mr. [[underline]]Reed [[underlined]]
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I suggested vacuum drying of Shellac for their own shellac Dept.  Also to dissolve Shellac in cathode liquor then heat the solution (after straining) with chlorine gas so as to produce bleached shellac.
This trip costs me about $15.00 
Spent the evening with Mr.Hooper at City Club and took night train to Niagara
April 25. Spent morning at Niagara works.  Saw Mr. Coln [[written above]]Cohn[[/written above]] the lawyer who has the matter 
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in hand of defending us against complainants who object against chlorine emanations. Had a conference with him on the subject.
In the afternoon went to Buffalo where I saw Mr. Larkin by appointment to talk about the Niagara enterprise.
Mr. L. showed me around his huge new office building a most unusual sight. Sixteen hundred clerical employees, all housed in one special building exceedingly well planned.
April 26 Arrived in New York very tired. Spent 1/2 day at office advising Marsh
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