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is placed on the quarter. Afterwards had race with [[underlined]] George [[/underlined]] he using the Cape-cod sloop. Beautiful day. Camps across mostly vanished, others deserted. A very enjoyable day.
[[underlined]] Oct 3. [[/underlined]] (Sunday) At home all day
[[underlined]] Oct 4. [[/underlined]] Hectic morning. Visit from [[underlined]] Cantos [[/underlined]] (Madrid) whom I took for lunch at University Club.  
Balance to date at bank is 83695.03
less for 2 letters credit   7000
                           76695 03
Todays deposit             20000
                           96695 03
Check to George B. [[underlined]] 6 at 5 [[/underlined]] =
Check to Nina 45000
              90000        90000.00
Leaves balance to date 6695.03
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[[underlined]] Oct 5 [[/underlined]] Long talk with Hays on [[underlined]] German situation. Sachs says he is coming here Oct 17 [[/underlined]] See his [[underlined]] telegram [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] my answer [[/underlined]] Afternoon long talk with [[underlined]] Brodbury,[[/underlined]] attorney for [[underlined]] Bakelite [[/underlined]] in our Trade-Mark infringement suit. George B. Hays and Redman present Discussed his proposal for amicable adjustment
[[underlined]] Oct 6 [[/underlined]] Executive meeting all day [[underlined]] Rossi recuperating. Karpen not here. [[/underlined]] Was here last week and discussed all matters with him beforehand
Oct 7. Started small barrel wine with Early Delaware grapes.  
Went [[underlined]] out sailing in new dinghy [[/underlined]] alone, [[underlined]] then in Cape Cod sloop. [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Oct 8. [[/underlined]] Meeting [[underlined]] Lowe, [[/underlined]] [[strikethrough]] Redman and [[/strikethrough]] who reports about plants [[strikethrough]] Ate [[/strikethrough]]
[[underlined]] Oct 9 [[/underlined]] Again at office all day.
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