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excellent french.  A man who makes good impression and certainly is no fool even if he used wrong judgement in his conclusion [[strikethrough]] of [[/strikethrough]] about bakelite 
Is splendidly housed, any amount of separate laboratories, toxicology, government expert, a very independent position of manifold ramifications 
Everything spick and span and yet not for show because visitors are neither invited nor desired
Biochemistry Dr. Raoul Wernicke. (Tucuman 3317 B.A.) a most friendly young man, cheerful and wide awake of Austrian parentage speaks excellent French.  Then came another young man ?

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who is at the head of the Bacteriological department all splendid fellows seem happy to meet me and anxious to hear about chemistry and chemists in America, and eager to develop the usefulness and esteem of chemistry in their own country.
[[strikethrough]] I refro [[/strikethrough]] To [[red underline]] Magnin [[/red underline]] spoke about many scientific subjects but [[red underline]] systematically refrained touching upon his report on Bakelite [[/red underline]] as I do not wish to mix this in my visit.  It was dark after I left them all.  In the evening I had invited [[red underline]] Guillelliheno [[/red underline]] and his assistant [[red underline]] Hordth [[/red underline]] for supper.  The latter is of [[red underline]] Swedish parentage speaks English pretty well, [[/red underline]] a stern earnest
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