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[[start page]] [[margin]] 1911 [[/margin]] 1 October 1. (Sunday) Busy all morning arranging tables of dielectric tests. At lunch Baskeville and Mrs. B. and daughter [[margin]] X [[/margin]] then afternoon conference with Baskeville relative his chloroform process. Charge 3 hours @ $5[[superscript underlined]]00[[/superscript underlined]] = $15[[superscript underlined]]00[[/superscript underlined]] to Hooker Electrochemical Co Oct 2. All morning in lab. Lorenz not here. [[vertical red line in margin]] Feel nervous depressed and tired. Drove to station at noon. Met Swan at office. Conference Dr. Peter 2 hours charge [[margin]] X [[/margin]] $20[[superscript underlined]] 00 [[/superscript underlined]] to Royal Banking Co. then conference with Swan then conference at office in Wall street with Brush [[end page]]
Ref. Charles Baskerville. "The Chemistry of Anesthetics." Science 34(867): (Aug., 1911), pp. 161-176. ? Hooker Electrochemical Co, Niagra NY?
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