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chemists club. Met ^[[Henry L.]] [[red underline]] Dogherty [[/red underline]] there. who telling his experiences with interference with Edison Group not knowing that I had anything to do with it. He called [[red underline]] Dyer "the smoothest crook he ever came across." [[/red underline]] Home with 11 [[superscript, underlined]] 55 [[/superscript, underlined]] P.M
Nov 14. [[red underline]] Dr. Peter [[/red underline]] here all day from 9 AM till after supper in relation to [[Vryzouny?]] process Snow on evening. Motored Peter back to Cortland.
[[vertical line in left margin]] I am [[red underline]] 48 years [[/red underline]] old today. The last years have been very busy years indeed and [[/vertical line in left margin]] 
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[[red underline]] time has fled very fast.! [[/red underline]]
Nov 15. This morning I find in laboratory that [[red underline]] Liquid A No 10 [[/red underline]] spread on glass or wood has [[red underline]] become insoluble [[/red underline]] in alcohol and acetone - by submitting it to the [[red underline]] ultra violet rays [[/red underline]] of the [[vertical red line in left margin to end of page]] quartz-mercury lamp just purchased. I expected this result since quite some time and this was in fact the reason why I purchased this lamp. I [[red underline]] called Gothelf [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] Lorenz Byck [[/red underline]] to [[red underline]] witness the [[test?]] and [[/red underline]] to make a note of it in their Journal. I told to Gothelf to determine
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