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Evening the [[red underline]] Argentine Chemical Society gave me a [[strikethrough]] supper [[/strikethrough]] dinner [[/red underline]] at the "Sportsman" restaurant then meeting at their building where all similar societies meet. An [[red underline]] enthusiastic and attentive audience. [[/red underline]] About 40-50 in all. [[strikethrough]] See [[/strikethrough]] all eager to get in touch with U.S. books, literature etc. See article in [[red underline]] "La Nacion" [[/red underline]] next day which gave very good short account of my lecture where I outlined the development of Chemistry and the [[red underline]] American Chemical Society [[/red underline]] during these late years. A very [[red underline]] pleasant evening. [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] The [[/strikethrough]] [[Guillelmille?]]
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and Horth [[strikethrough]] aco [[/strikethrough]] drove me back to the hotel in the rain.
X Dr. [[red underline]] Alfredo Sordelli [[/red underline]] is the chief of the laboratory [[red underline]] Nacional of Bacteriology [[/red underline]] and intends to go to Rockefeller Institute and to Parke-Davis & Co this summer.
They [[red underline]] all want catalogs of American books on chemistry etc. [[/red underline]]
x Send them also Chemical Catalog, latest reports about Chemical Exposition. Am Institute Chemical Engineering a Handbook on Applied Chemistry [[strikethrough]] ([[Guillelmella?]]) [[/strikethrough]] 
Met & chem Engineering etc etc. Also Bulletins Pan American Institute Carnegie - Rockefeller etc. One wants book
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