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88 [[left margin vertically in red]] Buenos Aires [[/margin]] of Carleton Ellis. Send to [[red underline]] [[Draj Oma?]][[/red underline]] in Santiago complete list of literature on nitrogen. March 18. Up early [[red underline]] packing trunks [[/red underline]]. Then to [[red underline]] Ambassador who seemed much interested [[/red underline]] in my report and who seemed eager to talk longer but had to leave. One of the men under Guillelmilli who is at the same time Professor of Applied Chemistry in the University of Buenos Aires was [[red underline]] particularly friendly his name os Dr. M. Leguizamon Pondal [[/red underline]] (Las Heras 1772. B.A.) He came to fetch me drove me around from one place to another. Then [[red underline]] lunch at Harrod's [[/red underline]] the fashionable [[red underline]] dry [[end page]] [[start page]] 89 good's store [[/red underline]] in Calle Florida where there is a lunch with music frequented by better class society. Bought me phonograph records of [[red underline]] "bongos" [[/red underline]] etc. and finally [[red underline]] brought me to his father's house to drink Mate (Yerba Mate) [[/red underline]] The old gentleman [[strikethrough]] was [[/strikethrough]] is kind. He is a retired physician and has published some papers on [[red underline]] Mate [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] His daughter [[/strikethrough]] He and his daughter and her two children came around. Both he and his daughter speak English & French the latter better. The children knew a few words of English and were eager to try them on me.
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