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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 1 1919 [[underlined]] March 31 [[/underlined]] Up early. and then to Brooklyn to [[red underlined]] Judge Chatfields [[/red underlined]] court to begin there that patent suit against [[red underlined]] Redmanol [[/red underlined]], which has been so long deferred by the infringers. (Original bill of complaint filed end [[red underlined]] 1917) Neave and Townsend, [[/red underlined]] counsel there. also Gothelf is witness. [[red underlined]] Redman [[/red underlined]] there with his counsel [[red underlined]] Lee and Bull. Lee [[/red underlined]] dry and solem looking as usual, and [[red underlined]] Bull with white spats and striped trousers [[/red underlined]] and gay coat looks much like an [[red underlined]] old Gay bird of comic opera [[/red underlined]] Prima facia case started: [[red underlined]] Gotthelf [[/red underlined]] made good witness, his answers concise to the point and no hesitations. Then I was put on witness stand large part of morning and all afternoon
Redmanol is correct company name. Gothelf may be misspelling of Gottelf, Baekeland's associate.
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