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Roman Catholics privileges which are [[underline]] forbidden [[/underline]] by our [[underline]] own Constitution![[/underline]] I hear [[underline]] Celine's knee is [[/underline]] better and she will stay at the Camp.
[[underline]] September 14. [[/underline]] This [[underline]] International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry [[/underline]] has fallen in the [[underline]] same bureaucratic attitude of much meaningless paper work and formalities. Much adoo about nothing. [[/underline]] - Committees and subcommittees reading meaningless reports and wasting efforts, time and money. Afternoon visit to [[underline]] Mount Vernon [[/underline]] in busses and motor cars. 
Evening. [[underline]] David Fairchild [[/underline]]
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came to see me at Cosmos Club  Afterwards reception at National Museum.
[[underline]] Sept 15. [[/underline]] cool and bright [[underline]] Harry Washington [[/underline]] and [[underline]] Dr. Munroe [[/underline]] had arranged luncheon at [[underline]] Chevy Chase Golf Club [[/underline]] with [[underline]] Italian Ambassador [[/underline]] and [[underline]] Count de Theilon Belgian Charge d'Affaires [[/underline]] present. also Prince Conti, [[underline]] Lormand Voisin, Sabatier, Frederic [[/underline]] etc. [[left margin]] Prince Gino Conti [[/left margin]] [[underline]] But Munroe failed to appear. [[/underline]] Was ill.
[[underline]] Sept 16. [[/underline]] Evening left for [[underline]] Wilmington [[/underline]] the first step in the round trip. By special train. We are [[underline]] 125, ladies included. Dupont [[/underline]] Hotel occupied by an operatic troupe so much confusion in
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