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[[preprinted]] 124 [[/preprinted]] of the Council of the [[strikethrough]] Soc. Ch. [[/strikethrough]] Am. Chem. Society, in one of the hottest rooms of the New Haven house. Every body took off coats. Meeting lasted until 1 A.M.! Very businesslike event and earnest discussion of creation of divisions and Industrial Journal. A very hot night, little sleep. [[margin]] June 30. [[/margin]] Wiley arrived at New Haven Very very hot weather. At 4 P.M. open session of Council until 7 P.M then after Smokesi in the Graduates club a further long session in a still hotter room finished at midnight. W.A. Noyes showed his [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] 125 [[/preprinted]] usual kicking, protesting disposition. Unanimous vote was against him. [[margin]] July 1. [[/margin]] I returned to Yonkers with 2 P.M. train. [[margin]] [[Image - a circle with two dots in the middle]] [[/margin]] A very hot ride. Mrs. Kent here for a few days. [[margin]] July 2 [[/margin]] Hot sultry weather. [[margin]] July 3. [[/margin]] Ditto [[margin]] July 4. [[/margin]] Very sultry day. Mrs. Kent left. Arrival Mrs. Oeman & Mrs. de Schryver. Hemingway & Taubairn. In evening we set off fireworks together with the Elliots. [[margin]] July 5. [[/margin]] Did some work in lab. [[margin]] July 6. [[/margin]] Tried first run for solid A in new vacuum pan. Everything went well until we had to discharge. Found discharge valve was stuck and on
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