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tive search lights because it prevented spreading of the armature.
This man Reuter who seems to be their electrical expert does not impress favorably, seems to be light headed.
Tedious waiting for train for[[underlined]] Indianapolis [[/underlined]] about one hour late.
Arrived Indianapolis about 8 P.M.  Hotel Claypoole very pretentious and badly organized service.  Feel very tired.  Tedious waiting for train.  Left about 11 P.M for Pittsburgh.  Hot and stuffy.  Bad sleep.
[[underlined in black]] April 14 [[/underlined]] Sunday.  Train late had to hurry catch connection
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for Washington in Pittsburgh.  Crowded Parlor cars. Met librarian of Harrisburg and a [[Mica?]] man connected with Bureau of Mines.  Arrived [[underlined]] Washington [[/underlined]] about 7 P.M  Hotels crowded on account of meeting of D.A.R.
Got inner room at Shoreham.  Hot and stuffy,  Slept poorly.
April 15.  Early to Townsend.  Find there that there is another interference filed this time with [[underlined]] Hexa-triphenol patent. [[/underlined]]  I suspect [[underlined]] Kennedy Duncan [[/underlined]] or his men.  Discussed with Townsend the case and infringement suit.  He has secured [[underlined]] Fish for $500. retainer.
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