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at chemists Club.  talked with them till about 11. P.M Century Club matters, monism, clubs, liberalism socialism, education and . . . what not.  Took them in my car to their house and to faculty Club of Columbia
Oct 31.  Here all day.  Got [[strikethrough]] article [[/strikethrough]] MSS. of [[red underline]] Redman [[/red underline]] etc. from Whitaker.  Here all day in lab and dictating  Evening at [[red underline]] Inventors [[strikethrough]] Club. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Guild]] [[/red underline]]  
Vote was taken in regard to our final court appeals.  [[black underline]] All [[/black underline]] in favor [[red underline]] except. Ward Leonard. [[/red underline]] Home 11 [[underline superscript]] 40 [[/underline superscript]] P.M
[[black underline]] November 1/1913. [[/black underline]] Here all day very busy in lab.  Late afternoon Celine and myself went out alone in motor car.  Beautiful sunset while we were at Sunny side. - (Irvington) old residence of Washington Irving
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Nov 2. (Sunday). Another beautiful day.  Weather has been very mild this [[strikethrough]] year [[/strikethrough]] fall.  Few if any cold days up till now.  Celine and George out during afternoon with motor car to New Rochelle.  [[red underline]] Nina here. [[/red underline]] got two callers. Malcolm Waite and some other.
Evening till past ten, Celine and myself compared copies of Redman paper and I wrote remarks. During night studied [[strikethrough]] Nov 3.[[/strikethrough]] paper further.
Nov 3. Beautiful weather. Gave [[red underline]] Hamlin [[/red underline]] an entirely new program in regard to [[red underline]] hexa-phenol- [[reunification?]] [[/red underline]]. Told him also to try Hexa + Naphtalene so as to compare with reaction of René Bohn, and to see whether Hexa + phenol will give diphenylmethane derivate  Also to study the action

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