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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 1 [[annotation in top margin]] 1921 [[/annotation]] [[vertical annotation in left margin written in red]] ION [[/vertical annotation]] July 20. At anchor in Morris Cove, New Haven Harbor. After the violent rain squall of last night the sky is blue and bright and sunny to day but barometer still low. Left anchorage about 8 P.M. (see Log book) and proceeded to Block Island. The Ion behaves very well in the ocean swells. Ran with staysail and mizzen set and engine half throttle reached Salt Pond Harbor in Block Island about 4 P.M. On the Race many fishermen and lobsterers in motor boats. Wind increasing barometer falling Several yachts anchored nearby. Fishermen boats all motor or sail auxiliary and provided with "pulpits"
"Ion" is the name of Dr. Baekeland's boat.
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