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[[blank page]] [[start page]] 1912. 1 April 13. Left Chicago for Anderson Ind. with Swan at 9 [[superscript, underlined]] 30 [[/superscript, underlined]]. Met band of splendid full blooded indians in full accoutrements and paint at station in Chicago. Part of Buffalo Bill show. Arrived at [[red underline]] Remy electric Co [[/red underline]] after lunch time. Mr. Krause at Station with his auto took us to his well equipped plant of considerable size. They seem to be much satisfied with Bakelite and say will use much more before long. Nice equipment for molding. Krause tells me [[red underline]] bakelite impregnation [[/red underline]] has helped them out of their difficulties in impregnating their dynamos for locomo -[[end page]]
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