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squared up.- Took hasty lunch alone at Bracea's. then went to [[underlined in red]] [[Creevey?]][[/underlined in red]] submitted him all matters for criticism. [[underlined in red]]He says everything now is correct[[/underlined in red]]. Will need[[underlined in red]]incorporation papers next Monday[[/underlined in red]]. Went to Hookers office. He is not there, tried to telephone to Albert Hooker but he is out. Want to talk him about Ornstein matter. Went to Spaulding garage. My car not yet ready. Took Subway for home at about 5.P.M. 
September 23. Remained home all day. - usual work. [[strikethrough]] September 24. [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined in red]]Ornstein [[/underlined in red]] came here afternoon. Had further talk with him. Says wants to start in business for himself. Later on came here, without previous appointment. Mr. 
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[[side note written vertically in left margin in red pencil]] Motor car trouble     Bottle caps! [[/side note]] 
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[[underlined in red]][[Zinheisen?]][[/underlined in red]]. says came to see whether Bakelite can be used for [[underlined in red]]bottle caps[[/underlined in red]][[underline in red]] instead of glass[[/underline in red]]. Showed him my laboratory and my samples. He tells me he sells acetic anhydride made in Germany. Lewis has brought motor car back from Spaulding garage this afternoon. Charges are $70[[underlined]]00[[/underlined]].!!. He drove [[Zinheisen?]] to station in evening before supper. 
September 24. Lewis and Joe cleaning car. and examining engine for "knocks". Did not get thru except in afternoon barely in time for getting to Hasslachers house at 4.P.M. I drove alone, and took Celine and Nina as far as Yonkers. Threatens to rain. Had put on chains, they are all wrong and I had to stop to arrange them.. Why did Lewis not 
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