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over Jersey and Dyckman street back home for late supper at about 9 P.M after a most beautiful day.
July 6. Letter [[red underline]] from George. He was on leave of absence [[/red underline]] and went with two american officer friends to Sestri thence by horse-carriage to Genoa and [[strikethrough]] has [[/strikethrough]] seems to enjoy his vacation in that beautiful [[red underline]] Riviera [[/red underline]] country.
Afternoon to Elizabeth ^[[N.J.]] to the work of [[red underline]] Standard Air Craft Corporation where all members of Naval Consulting Board had been invited to [[/red underline]] witness flight of first large [[strikethrough]] Handle [[/strikethrough]] [[red underline]] Handley Page Airplane. [[/red underline]] equipped with two [[red underline]] 400 h.p. Liberty Motors. [[/red underline]] Enormous machine of 100 feet spread of wings said to be able to carry
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25 persons. [[red underline]] Lifting power for bombs 2200 lbs. John O. Ryan [[/red underline]] there and other representatives of the Government. [[red underline]] Ryan says that in June [[/red underline]] 1918 we manufactured  [[red underline]] more airplane motors in this country than Britain made in all of 1915. [[/red underline]] 
An english General aviator says that they think so well of the [[red underline]] Liberty Motor [[/red underline]] that they want as many of them as they can get.
Before flight lunch was served and we visited every department of factory, employing now [[red underline]] 5000 [[/red underline]] men and women.
Evening took supper at University Club with [[red underline]] Saunders, Thayer, Brunton and Robins [[/red underline]] 
July 7. (Sunday) Again beautiful cool weather [[red underline]] Prof. Steele [[/red underline]] here for lunch. 
Evening [[red underline]] Celine [[/red underline]] and I went for a lovely walk along lover's lane
July 8. Home all day dictating belated
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