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[[red underline]] look more like Northerners, [[/red underline]] more like [[red underline]] British or American [[/red underline]] business men of the  [[strikethrough]] better [[/strikethrough]] very best clan. All in all [[red underline]] they make a very good impression. [[/red underline]] No wonder these people resent of being taken for anything but equals of the best races. They all seem fond [[red underline]] of the purity of their race. [[/red underline]]- no [[red underline]] negro blood [[/red underline]] nor negroes. in this country Furthermore they have not been worried with the depressing problems of [[red underline]] lower class immigrants. [[/red underline]] in as far as their country is rather [[red underline]] inaccessible [[/red underline]] to the [[red underline]] average immigrant [[/red underline]] Even to day [[red underline]] Cardoen [[/red underline]] tells me that his wife and his children who are on a visit in Belgium will [[red underline]] take over 40 days *from Antwerp [[/red underline]] thru the
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[[red underline]] streets of Magellan to [[/red underline]] get back here by passenger steamer It seems [[red underline]] Chile has become much more accessible to the U.S. [[/red underline]] than any other part of the world [[red underline]] since the Panama Canal [[/red underline]]
Feb. 28. 1920 (Sunday)
Everyday here has been practically the same as far as weather is concerned. Same barometric pressure. Same temperature same sky. The latter is practically cloudless but for some light white clouds. Towards sunset there is a slight dusty haze over the city and the peaks of the Andes turn pink and purple. At night the stars shine bright. As to temperature the temperature in my room oscillates from 74-75 [[degree symbol]] F at night to 80 [[degree symbol]] F in day time when the sun strikes it. [[red underline]] Walking [[/red underline]] in the city is
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