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1 1920
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April 13. Papers gave further news about all the [[red underline]] strikes [[/red underline]] - R.R. strikes and shipping [[red underline]] strikes [[/red underline]] everywhere in the U.S. specially in New York.
Rained much last night and this morning so kept in my room.
Yesterday drew $200.00 on my letter of credit and got 750$000. or at the [[red underline]] rate of $1.00 = 3.750 [[/red underline]] Evening went for dinner at [[red underline]] Col. Crawford's [[/red underline]] a Tennesiean [[^]]engineer[[/^]] He lives in [[red underline]] a beautiful situation [[/red underline]] on a hill overlooking [[red underline]] Copa cabana [[/red underline]] Others there were Col. Rose or Ross? formerly of U.S. coast artillery a Westpointer. [[strikethrough]] married to [[/strikethrough]] [[^]]his wife[[^]] the daughter of [[red underline]] Gen. Weaver [[/red underline]] n also Dr. [[red underline]] Morrison, [[/red underline]] a young lady [[red underline]] Miss Pauline [[/red underline]] ? and another young man. A
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