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106 more. Our ship makes somewhat less than 280-300 knots in 24 hours. [[strikethrough]] Wind [[/strikethrough]] Northerly shifting to NE strong breeze. with rain squalls and rolling of ship. February 2. Monday. Easterly strong breeze develops into half a gale. Most passengers sea-sick. I enjoy the trip very much. Reading several interesting books about South America [[red underline]] Bryce-Bingham, Annie Peck, Arthur Brilland [[/red underline]] etc Feb 3. We are on latitude between Miami & Key West Wind has moderated is SE Sky somewhat brighter Seasick passengers begin to make their reappearance on deck. Finished reading Binghams Across South America [[left margin in red]] S. America [[/left margin]] At 8P.M. passed light of Wather's Island. (San Salvador where Columbus landed first [[end page]] [[start page]] 107 Feb 4. Coast of Cuba in sight. Nice blue skies moderate winder, beautiful warm weather. Caribean sea much smoother than usually Numerous flying fishes Wireless operator tells me his ossicilation and switchboards are all [[red underline]] bakelite and bakelite dilecto [[/red underline]] Feb 5. Everybody turns out in [[red underline]] white or pongee [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] Games [[/strikethrough]] New athletic games started [[red underline]] Arn made honorary vice-president [[/red underline]] of the games. Captain [[red underline]] Crossley, [[/red underline]] commander of the ship says it is unusual to have [[red underline]] such smooth weather in the caribean [[/red underline]] Feb 6. We are expected to enter the [[red underline]] Canal [[/red underline]] by to night and stop until sunrise Same excellent weather. Temperature on the bridge 78 [[degree symbol]]F
I could only verify that Annie Peck and Bingham as authors. I couldn't find the other authors.
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