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Total carried forward 89.36
                      90.56
[[following dates pointing to 40. and 41. in table on next page]]
July 16 - 
July 17 [[image - arrow pointing to note 41. in table on following page]]

             90.56
             31.50 
            ________
             122.06
                .04 
            ________
            122.10
              1.[[strikethrough]] 00 [[/strikethrough]]10  from previous page
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            123.20
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[[July 16]] 40. 2 Luti Jidda MKt. 12r. 3.60
[[July 17]] 41. Sharka Parapercis 10r. 3.00
42. [[underlined]] Epinephelus [[/underlined]] July 20. 10r.  3.00
43. Letter to Schultz Ju. 20 2r.  .60
44. color film Rochester Ju. 20 4r. 1.20
45. Red Sea & P. Gulf Report to Schultz Ju. 21 3r.  .90
46. Color film to Rochester July 23 4r. 1.20
47. letter Austin Clark J. 21 [[strikethrough]] 1 [[/strikethrough]] 1/2r  .15
48.  " [[Ditto for: letter]]  F.A. Chace 23  1/2r  .15
49. Camera duty June 28  13.60
50. lecture talk copy to Schultz July 26 1 1/2r .45
51. black & white film to Museum 4 1/2r  1.35
52. 2 letters to Schultz Aug. 3  2 2/3r. .80
53. letter to Dr. Hora  1 2/3r.  .50
54. letter to Schultz Aug. 7 2r.  .60
55. to cab driver for lifting boxes Aug. 7 1r.  .30
56 letter & post card to Schultz Aug. 18  .04
[[total]]  31.50 [[/total]]
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July 16 July 17 have been written on one page, but appear to refer to notes 40 & 41 on next page. Attempted to write notes while transcribing to explain this

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