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on ground near barrels.  [[underlined]] Thurlow  [[/underlined]]absent.
May 30.  Home all day.  Beautiful weather.  Restful day
May 31.  Here all day.  I become restless went to Corinthian Yacht Club to inspect boats.  Evening went to graduating exercises ^(George's school.)^ at [[underlined]] Mc.Kenzie's school. [[/underlined]] at Dobb's Ferry.  Function held in chapel.  Old pictures there present the past - nothing the present or the future. This is the bane of this class of pedagogues.
All recitations or declarations referred to war heroes.  No wonder [[underlined]] George [[/underlined]] is little in sympathy with his school.
[[underlined]] June 1. 1913 (Sunday) [[/underlined]] Beautiful day.  Mandels here on visit with tyrolean hat and little brush on it.  Drove them home then fetched Professor [[underlined]]  Alexander[[/underlined]] 
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[[underlined]] Smith [[/underlined]] and his wife for lunch took them home at 6 P.M.
June 2 Another beautiful day.  Booked sales this month were [[underlined]]  $30.000. [[/underlined]] Evening went to fetch [[underlined]] George [[/underlined]] at Middlebrook's with Nina & Celine then went all to Longe Vue for refreshments then drove home.
June 3.  [[underlined]] Rossi [[/underlined]] leaves to day for Europe to study progress of [[underlined]] Bakelite Gesellschaft [[/underlined]] and to study [[underlined]] button [[/underlined]] industry.  Fine weather.  Spent most of day reading.  Gothelf shows some further samples of gray [[underlined]] buttons [[/underlined]] Feel disinterested in my work and bored.
June 4.  All went with car at 8 A.M to [[strikethrough]] see Mr. Hasslacher off on Oceanic [[strikethrough]] [[underlined]] Creevey, Dubois [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Foersterling at Directors meeting. [[/underlined]] Announced deliveries for May were [[underlined]] $34000 [[/underlined]] our highest record.  
Harold [[underlined]] van der Linde, [[/underlined]] his lawyer Campbell and his manager [[underlined]] Mills [[/underlined]]
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