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of [[red underline]] Washington Evening star [[/red underline]] came aboard. [[strikethrough]] De [[/strikethrough]] and stayed till sunset. Later on with [[red underline]] George Roll [[/red underline]] went to see a play at Belasco's [[red underline]] "The Prince and the Pauper" [[/red underline]]
Oct.26. Went to [[red underline]] Bureau of Mines [[/red underline]] where [[red underline]] Dr. Moore [[/red underline]] explained and showed me his Helium laboratory Then with [[red underline]] Dr. Cottrell to National Research Council [[/red underline]] headquarters.  Then to office of [[red underline]] Parsons [[/red underline]] told him about 
desirability of bringing about nearer relations with [[red underline]] Argentine Chemical Society. [[/red underline]]  Afternoon Dr. [[red underline]] Henry Washington and Professor Willis Moore [[/red underline]] came aboard and took supper on deck.
Oct 27.  Weather changes threatens

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rain and storm.   It has been quite warm ever since Oct 10.  Filled all our tanks with gasoline 140 gals. for which paid (31ยข) = 43.00  Light rain.  Went to office of Rules & Regulations in order to find out about [[strikethrough]] our real [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]] our [[/insertion]] inflated assets situation due to fact that building of [[red underline]] G.B. Co. [[/red underline]] is on plot calculated to [[red underline]] $100,000 [[/red underline]] while in reality its value is only [[red underline]] $50,000. Am told only [[/red underline]] a bona fide sale would be allowable to write off difference as a loss. 
Oct 28.  Cloudy.  [[red underline]] George Roll [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] and I took 3 P.M B & O train for New York arrived there after 8 P.M
and [[strikethrough]] at about [[/strikethrough]] found [[red underline]] Nina & Celine [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] at [[/strikethrough]] still up.  [[red underline]] Lewis [[/red underline]] was left in charge
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