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[[in pencil]] 52 [[/in pencil]] [[vertical red line in left margin]] must sell material slightly tinted so that customers shall not feel disappointed if color changes from the very bright amber color. [[/vertical red line in left margin]] Took supper at Chemists Club and together with Lyster went to University Club to see performance of [[red underline]] Cinemacolor [[/red underline]]. Home with 12 [[superscript, underlined]] 30 [[/superscript, underlined]] P.M Nov 24/ Dictated all morning and afternoon then in evening went to [[red underline]] Inventors Guild [[/red underline]] supper at Martin [[end page]] [[start page]] [[in pencil]] 53 [[/in pencil]] [[red underline]] Resolution of Ward Leonard to be sent to President of U.S. very good. [[/red underline]] Rambling speech of ^[[Charles]] Bradley who seemed rather wild or perhaps had drunk too much before. Home with 12 [[superscript, underlined]] 35 [[/superscript, underlined]] PM Nov 25/ Dictated letters all morning and rested during afternoon Evening to [[red underline]] Chemists Club Wolcott Gibbs [[/red underline]] best presentation and [[?]]. Dr. [[red underline]] Edward Weston [[/red underscore]] took me apart for supper and explained all his former troubles and conflicts with [[end page]]
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