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May 15. Left with 10[[underlined superscript]]31[[/underlined superscript]] AM 
Hurried letter dictating at office, hurry sandwich lunch then 1[[underlined superscript]]30[[/underlined superscript]]  P.M to [[red underline]] Perth Amboy. [[/red underline]] Sheds [[red underline]] galvanized iron up. Things [[/red underline]] seem better. Back with 4[[underlined superscript]]44[[/underlined superscript]]  PM. Supper at University Club with Doremus home with 10[[underlined superscript]]45[[/underlined superscript]] P.M.
May 16. Raining. Decision of Supreme Court affecting Standard Oil - Sherman Law interpretation. bought 100 more shares Virginia Chemical at 62.
[[red underline]] [[von Torezzer?]] [[/red underline]] here with his sail Yacht. Lunched at Drug Club. Came home [[red underline]] with [[von Torezzer?]]. [[/red underline]] He and his recently married wife
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she is only 18 years old, [[strikethrough]] al [[/strikethrough]] and looks more like a child took supper here.
[[strikethrough]] May 17. Remained at Chemists Club.
May 18. Up early, at office at 9 A.M [[/strikethrough]]
May 17. Afternoon. lecture of [[red underline]] Arhenius at [[/red underline]] Baskerville's lecture-room City College Spoke about "Distribution of life on the planets". Then he and Baskerville and Bill Mason went to Claremont in a taxi to get a sherry Cobbler. Then we went to [[red underline]] Chemists Club [[/red underline]]. dinner in [[red underline]] honor Arhenius. [[/red underline]] then Arhenius [[strikethrough]] got document of honorary membership of [[red underline]] Chemists Club [[/red underline]] and told us informally the history of his theory
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Svante Arrhenius was a Norwegian scientist

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