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[[start page]] 12 attends to his boiler. Poor old chap he does the best he can. Jan 13. Rain. went to dentist. then to office. Cheerless day. Jan 14. Here all morning in laboratory and dictating letters. Warm unpleasant weather. In the afternoon drove to reception at Prof. Bogerts Unpleasant weather rains dogs and cats. Went to meeting with George for single ballot, organized by Ten Eyck. Only about 10 present (at Y.M.A. rooms) very distressing affair Little [[end page]] [[start page]] 13 enthusiasm shown. No wonder politicians rule this country. Came home tired Jan 15. (Sunday). [[underlined in red]]Acheson? [[/underlined in red]] here this afternoon in limousine with his wife and widowed daughter Jan 16. Went to dentist; then to office. Lederer came to see me for jewelry. Cutting for closet seats. (John Mandeville) Irritation [[underlined in red]] at office [[/underlined in red]] on account of [[inserted above line]] Mays [[/inserted above line]] incompetent typewriter.[[/underlined in red]] Evening lecture by Rainey Hunting in the [[strikethrough]] [[_____land?]] Arctic. Splendid moving pictures. Jan 17. Busy here all morning Lewis drove me to New York [[end page]]
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