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[[underline]] Aug. 16. Sunday. Robert Bridges [[/underline]] took lunch at [[underline]] Snug Rock [[/underline]] and I took him back to [[underline]] Briarcliff [[/underline]] Lodge where I stayed for supper.
[[underline]] Aug 17. [[/underline]] At office
[[underline]] Aug 18. [[/underline]] Left early with Dick in motor car to buy some boat supplies.
Sultry day. It is just about [[underline]] 36 years [[/underline]] ago that (Aug 21.) I [[underline]] first saw Broadway [[/underline]]. It seemed much hotter then. Lower Broadway has not changed much in appearance since then. Same Jewish importing and whole sale stores. Look somewhat shabbier
Then back to boat and tried [[strikethrough]] sailb [/strikethrough]] [[underline]] pram sail [[/underline]] in strong current of Spuyten Duivel Works well.
[[underline]] Aug 19. [[/underline]] Had tonsils examined (bacteriological) also feaces:
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135 [[strikethrough]] feces [[/strikethrough]] for parasites
[[underline]] Aug 20. [[/underline]] All day on [[underline]] ION [[/underline]] rigging is up. More sailing in [[underline]] Pram [[underline]] in Spuyten Duivel current 
Squally winds. - Sunburnt.
Aug 21. [[underline]] Conference with Hayes, Rossi, Redman and Berliss [[/underline]] concerning action about [[underline]] Embed Art. [[/underline]] I propose [[underline]] Bakelite Corporation should pay all the debts of [[strikethrough]] tho [[/strikethrough]] Embed Art [[/underline]] to those to which it owes money (about $12000) but in such a way that we can dissolve the company. [[strikethrough]] The latter action [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] endorsed unanimously [[/underline]] and and further action postponed till [[underline]] Karpen and Byck are back. George [[/underline]] left on his vacation of 2 weeks, last Saturday. [[underline]] George Roll [[/underline]] is back since Monday.
[[underline Aug. 22 Hurried packing [[/underline]]
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