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to use Bakelite and taught him general properties of Bakelite he too seemed very much interested and promised me to send molds for toothbrushes so that we might try and see what we would do. Left here at noon.
[[margin]] June 18 [[/margin]] Busy all day in study and lab.
[[margin]] June 19 [[/margin]] Same.
[[margin]] June 20 [[/margin]] Dictated letter till 10 P.M then went to New York. Spent two hours with Lansing chge 1/3 day [[margin]] 1/3 X. [[/margin]] then met Evans & Keeman at Mouquin's then found all in cafe 11 Broadway [[strikethrough]] went [[/srikethrough]] took Ferry Staten Island. A very hot day. Took supper all at French Hotel Fort Wadsworth [[Min?]] 11. Ferry boat and 
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arrived in Yonkers quite late. Weather was beautiful and June moon light so I walked home up Broadway,
[[margin]] June 21 [[/margin]] Spent morning reading. Afternoon had visit of Gilbert Rigg whose acquaintance I made in 1905 at Hapton England. R. took supper with us and remained until 11 A.M.. A pleasant broad minded fellow. Hot day
[[margin]] June 22. [[/margin]] Worked most of day in lab. For the first time we made a ^large batch of liquid A using 37 kilos of carbolic acid  Everything seemed to work well. Very hot day.
[[margin]] June 23 [[/margin]] Another hot day. Thurlow arrived about 12.AM and left
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