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Suggestion for supporting [[strikethrough]] Alexander [[/strikethrough]]  [[red underline]] Thomas Erving [[/red underline]] Jr as a very desirable Patent Commissioner.. Lunched at Cosmos Club, met Parsons, Cameron and Herty. Took 4 P.M train to New York. Motor Car at station, home very tired at about 10 P.M.
Nov. 24 (Sunday) Had good sleep.  Worked all day on my [[underlined]] presidential address [[/underlined]]
Nov. 25. Dictated new condition for [[underlined]] Condensite [[/underlined]] license etc. and mailed them Express delivery to Hasslacher.
Nov 26. Busy here all morning
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then hurried to factory 
Considerable progress there. Rossi reports our [[underlined]] No. 150 [[/underlined]] is now [[underlined]] [[distinctly?]] ^much^ better [[/underlined]] than [[underlined]] Condensite. [[/underlined]]
Reports also that new lacquer with phenol is much superior in hardening and in standing action of light. Tells me has introduced cream separator for quickly decanting the liquid A for pipe stems during washing process. and thus avoids [[adventerive?]] effect. Feel much pleased. - Took supper at Mouquin down town then went to Chemists Club. Came home about 12.
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changed Common Club to Cosmos Club could "lacquer with.." be "lacquer ink"? Changed Hertz to Herty

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