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78 [[red underline]] wrote article of welcome for Roeber's journal. [[/red underline]] Afternoon [[red underline]] Hesse [[/red underline]] came here to arrange further matters of congress [[strikethrough]] with [[/strikethrough]] for [[red underline]] ladies committee [[/red underline]]. Remained for supper. Motored him to Cortland. Aug 26. Very very sultry weather Feel nervous and tired. Letters all day. Evening [[red underline]] Plaut [[/red underline]] came here for supper to arrange final program of [[red underline]] Ladies Committee [[/red underline]] entertainments. Motored him to Chemists Club. where I found Evans whom I took home to Dobbs Ferry at about midnight Aug 27. Bright cool windy weather. Dictated all morning. [[end page]] [[start page]] 79 [[in margin]] [[symbol of circle topped by a cross]] [[/in margin]] Wrote biographical sketch of [[red underline]] Hooker [[/red underline]]. Afternoon taken up till 9 [[superscript, underlined]] 30 [[/superscript, underlined]] dictating [[red underline]] specifications for cells for Royal Baking Powder Co in presence of [[/red underline]] Peter. [[Tucker?]]. and [[Waldberger?]]. Charge 8 hours [[in margin]] //80.00 [[/in margin]] Aug 28. Went to New York to sign agreement with ^[[Glenn]] Williamson met [[red underline]] Raschig & Rassow [[/red underline]] at office of Hasslacher. [[strikethrough]] Evening [[/strikethrough]] Met Dudley at lunch at Drug & Chemical Club Evening lunch at Chemists Club Visitors begin to come in Aug 29. Busy here all morning Then took lunch at Chemists Club then with Dudley and [[red underline]] Moser [[/red underline]] to Perth Amboy Met Hasslacher and [[red underline]] Pfleger [[/red underline]] there with whom we came back. Took Dudley in [[end of page]]
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