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[[preprinted]] 88 [[/preprinted]] in hall. Subject: [[underlined]] Ethereal waves. [[/underlined]] A very well explored paper by Williams. and a very good discussion afterwards. Stayed here until after midnight. A very enjoyable evening for me. Williams slept here. [[margin]] Jan. 17. [[/margin]] Williams left here about 11 A.M. I showed him my work on Bakelite. Lewis & Jim very busy preparing samples for Am. Hard Rubber Co for Babb and for Meade. In the afternoon visit of [[underlined]] [[Glen?]] A. Breneman, [[/underlined]] who told me that he [[underlined]] has been working on [[/underlined]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] 89 [[/preprinted]] condensation products of formaldehyde and phenol. Evidently from [[underlined]] what he told me he [[/underlined]] had not settled the molding problem, nor had he [[underlined]] discovered the many very important points which [[/underlined]] enable my remarkable technical effects. I showed him the results of my work explained my process in detail, mentioned to him my self lubricating bearing He told me a man has tried to make bearings of lead and graphite. Showed him our results on veneering and wood
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