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far. Morning concerned getting gasoline, oil ice water and provisions. I sent a telegram of new years wishes to [[red underline]] Celine. [[/red underline]] Stayed aboard all day writing letters Albert was [[red underline]] busy fixing engine [[/red underline]] and sundries.
Jan 2. Albert arranging pump etc. with new parts just arrived while anchored before club. Afternoon I went ashore for first time since about ten days. Met [[red underline]] Dr. Lyons [[/red underline]] who introduced me to Mr. [[red underline]] Greenlaw [[/red underline]] who formerly was [[red underline]] captain of "Eolis" of Henderson [[/red underline]] connected with [[red underline]] Smithsonian Institute [[/red underline]] Washington and who is a specialist [[red underline]] archeologist [[/red underline]]
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[[red underline]] Greenlaw [[/red underline] collected [[strikethrough]] samp [[/strikethrough]] specimen of fishes [[red underline]] crustaceans [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] shells all over West Indies for him. [[/red underline]] He have now given up a poorly paid position and started a [[red underline]] fish store. [[/red underline]] It is there were Albert got that [[red underline]] 5 lb. crawfish. [[/red underline]] Greenlaw has a [[red underline]] new way [[/red underline]] of catching [[red underline]] craw fish. He goes at night to one of the banks near Cape [[/red underline]] Florida. and lowers a [[red underline]] small electric lamp [[/red underline]] into the water and crawfish are attracted to such an extent that all [[red underline]] that he has to do [[/red underline]] is to put a net above [[red underline]] the light [[/red underline]] and left the point of the cone of the net [[drawing a cone, how the net is positioned]] 
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