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1918 (continued)
June 19, 1918. again the [[underlined]] German [[/underlined]] attack on [[underlined]] Western Front and [[/underlined]] in [[underlined]] Italy. [[/underlined]] but [[underlined]] Allies resist well. [[/underlined]] The papers announce that american [[underlined]] aviators now [[/underlined]] training in Italy have been sent to Italian front. Very [[underlined]] probably George is amongst them. [[/underlined]]

June 20. Am continually thinking of [[underlined]] George. [[/underlined]] Unfit for work. went out alone in motor car to [[underlined]] Bear Mountain [[/underlined]] then back over [[underlined]] West-point [[/underlined]] [[strikethrough]] along Auds [[/strikethrough]] and Garrison along Hudson. Since about two weeks weather has been splendid and cool.

June 21. Left for [[underlined]] Washington [[/underlined]] tonight Charges for train now are $7.91 without waiter and Pullman is 2.00.

June 22. Meeting of [[underlined]] Naval Consulting [[/underlined]] Board at [[underlined]] Carnegie Institution [[/underlined]] Building. Rather less interesting than usually except for report
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