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finding rooms for all [[underlined]] Robert [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Emil Mond [[/underlined]] are making the [[underlined]] round [[/underlined]] trip. Finally got good rooms for [[underlined]] Frederic [[/underlined]] ^[[Swarts]] and myself.  
[[underlined]] Sept 16 [[/underlined]] Beautiful weather Visited dye plant of [[underlined]] Dupont [[/underlined]] across the river situated in Jersey.. [[underlined]] Laboratories [[/underlined]] well planned altho' simple and make good impression. Factories excellent equipment and good control and automatic controlling and regulating devices but buildings are [[underlined]] merely shells. [[/underlined]]. Many of them simply corrugated iron sheets on steel or wooden frame -
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skeleton. [[underlined]] Very few workmen as everything is aimed at automatic regulation. [[/underlined]] Luncheon in yard on banks of Delaware. Evening went to "Long Wood" [[underlined]] Pierre Dupont's Country [[/underlined]] residence. Numerous party driven by motor-cars to place in Pennsylvania. Informal dinner in [[underlined]] enormous conservatory. [[/underlined]] Organ recital during dinner Then [[underlined]] open-air dancing [[/underlined]] performance by professional dancers - [[underlined]] classic dancing [[/underlined]] etc. by a [[underlined]] ballet [[/underlined]] which had come specially from New York. Marvelous illumination of trees and green and perfect weather
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