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and show that he has acquired art of molding. also seven fancy articles made of Bakelite. As to Lebach samples they are imitation [[Linerurto?]] made of starch mixture an infringement of my patents...these Lebach samples look well and have no smell. Dictated letters all morning then hurried to N.Y. with motor car and fetched Weger here to let him read my answer to Rutgers relative Knoll consolidation. He remained here for supper then I and the children drove him to Cortland Station of Subway. This was a holiday, Washington's birthday.
Feb. 23. At 3 P.M. met [[underline]] Peters, Williams, Wiedman [[underline]]
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Paterson & Kent [[at]] their office and submitted these changes in Bakelite paper contract to which they [[strikeout]] signed [[/strikeout]] accepted. They tell me Trent Miller is [[trickery]]and they do not want to be bothered with him that way. Mr Peters spoke like a man, says will give him his $10.000 back if he does not like it. Told to them all assembled that after I have seen how Protal Co works I intend to put back all my contracts in the melting pot, together with my patents and make a general Bakelite company which seemed to please them much. Told them also that I do not intend to carry out Protal agreement to the letter as far as deliveries are concerned and will only start after I feel they are in shape. Recommended them Hylton Swan [[underline]] as salesman
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