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Nov 29. Correcting the typewriter proofs of my address  Afternoon arrived [[underlined]] Celines paintings of Ghent and antique Chinese closet badly smashed [[/underlined]]  Motored at 6 P.M to Delmonico's at dinner of [[underlined]]Inventors Guild [[/underlined]]
Moore has won his case on appeal. Leonard thinks 75% of trouble of litigation is avoided by the new rules.
Mershon, Smoot, Moore Spraque, Hewitt, Ellis, Schniewind, Winfield [[strikethrough]] there [[/strikethrough]] and Kelly there.
Motored home in my car and took Sprague [[end page]]
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as far as his house in West End Ave. He tells me he is busy now with safety and signalling systems for trains. Was home at 11:30 PM.
Nov 30. Celine and myself spent morning and portion afternoon hanging the new paintings. Wrote the specification hexachlorhydrate.
[[underlined]] Dec 1. [[/underlined]](Sunday. [[underlined]] 1912 [[/underlined]]Easy restful day read most of day.
Dec 2. Went to N.Y office. Took lunch with Hasslacher Dubois Hermann & Roessler at Drug Club. Went to see [[underlined]] Porter of Royal Banking Co. [[/underlined]] he seems very desirous I should keep on with them and suggests I should even 
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Transcription Notes:
"I should keep on with item" instead of "I should keep on with them"?

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