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June 9. [[red underline]] More bad news. [[/red underline]]  Strike at [[red underline]] Westinghouse. Orders [[/red underline]] canceled.  This is [[red underline]] Celine's [[/red underline]] anniversary so after lunch we drove both away in little car. Fine weather somewhat cool.  Went to Rye thence with Ferry to Sea Cliff Oysterbay.  Huntington. Beautiful country.  Encountered some awful [[strikethrough]] tar on [[/strikethrough]] fresh tar on roads.  Tea at Chateau des Beaux Arts.  Then back over excellent straight road to 59 st. Bridge.  Took supper at Claremont then home.
June 10.  All day here.  [[red underline]] Orders depressingly low. [[/red underline]] Gothelf still in Perth Amboy.
June 11.  Lack of orders becomes very [[red underline]] disquieting. [[/red underline]] Only ray of sunshine is announcement of [[red underline]] DeMuth that [[/red underline]] our new cloudy material is [[red underline]] very good, [[/red underline]] better than anything
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he has received.  Evening went to New York. University Club. then took supper Mouquin.  Met Schmalz there, took him for a drive.
June 12.  Townsend here all day.  in conference [[strikethrough]] with [[/strikethrough]] in regard to pending cases etc.
June 13. Since some days have succeeded in making impregnating solutions with [[red underline]] cresol formula [[/red underline]] similar to new lightproof material but using as much as [[red underline]] 70-80-90 [[/red underline]] and 100. [[red underline]] neutral oil and [[/red underline]] obtain good hard products of good dielectric properties.  [[red underline]] Hamlin [[/red underline]] is doing this work which will probably eliminate defects noticed lately in our impregnation material for coils.  Towards evening went to New York with car driving leisurely around [[strikethrough]] then [[/strikethrough]] home about 10:30 P.M.
June 14.  Beautiful weather
Sunday
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