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20 [[red underline]] Van Dyke, [[/red underline]] american Legation of the Hague telling me that [[red underline]] my draft of one thousand dollars [[/red underline]] has been received (his letter of Dec. 31. received here a few days ago said so) and that the money has been transmitted to american consul in Ghent but he does not know yet whether it is now in the hands of my sister. Jan 21. Mild sunny weather. This is certainly a mild winter. Corrected final typewritten copies of my address on Weston. Jan 22. Here all day till evening. Was invited by [[strikethrough]] chairm [[/strikethrough]] Thompson chairman of N.Y. Section of Society Chemical Industry with Chandler, Weston and Carl Hering as guests of section at dinner preceding ceremonies of award of medal at Chemists Club. Room entirely filled. [[red underline]] Chandler [[/red underline]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 21 spoke first, then [[red underline]] Weston, [[/red underline]] then I delivered my address. Then Weston spoke again extemporaneously in his own low voiced, slow way, and kept at it till near midnight. Many had left the room. His own family seemed anxious to go. I believe he kept talking for about two hours at least. Met [[red underline]] Byron Goldsmith [[/red underline]] and I arranged we should have dinner together sometime next week. Went home with 12:25 P.M train. Snow. Jan 23. Home all day. Rain and slush. Celina, Nina and myself went to Warburton Theatre to play called "Green Stockings" well played. Jan 24 1915 (Sunday) Frosty and dry. At noon [[red underline]] Dr. Herty [[/red underline]] came for lunch, drove him back to Cortland at 3 P.M. [[red underline]] George [[/red underline]] this morning left [[red underline]] for Ithaca [[/red underline]]
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