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152 [[Image: drawing of oval table with the following names in an anti-clockwise arrangement]] Jean Voisin L.H. Baekeland Paul Sabatier x Van Romburgh (Netherland) Stan. Pilat Androvescu Prof. Thomas G. Bertrand M. Giordiani Threadwell N. Minovici Mora George B Prince ^[[Ginori]] Conti ^[[Prince Gino Conti]] Justin Dupont Breslauer (Swiss) Dr. Kunz Stephan Minovici V. Pomilig [[?Swietlawski]] N. Paravano Charles Lormand L. Rolla [[end page]] [[start page]] 153 [[underline]] Aug 31 [[/underline]] Remained over night at University Club. A very strenuous day at office. [[underline]] Further discussions Karpen, Schleussner, Geo B, & Redman relative English situation [[/underline]] etc. Bright cool day. [[underline]] Sept 1, (1926) [[/underline]] Cool and bright. Very busy day. Long interview with [[underline]] Shrimpe to hear his views about better management of Manufacturing department [[/underline]] and whether he can spare [[underline]] Lowe. [[/underline]] Speaks [[underline]] very well of Lowe [[/underline]] but can only spare him temporarily. Visit of [[underline]] Ludwig, [[/underline]] former Consul of Hungary, who wants to sell us two processes of a Hungarian Chemist. [[underline]] Referred to Redman [[/underline]] with instructions to examine promptly.
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