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Am [[underlined]] glad to be off This will be a much needed rest. [[/underlined]] Am put at head table. (Captains table) with [[underlined]] Prof. Jaegerstrom  x a Swedish Psychologist
[[Left margin written vertically]] Professor in Goteberg Psychology [[/Left margin written vertically]]
who has lectured a year at Berkely (University of California) a lady worker of Red Cross [[strikethrough]] and a [[/strikethrough]] in [[strikethrough]] Mr Wil [[/strikethrough]] Sweden, and a Mr. [[underlined]] Williams, architect [[/underlined]] of the [[underlined]] staff of Professor Boring [[/underlined]] [[Right margin written vertically]] at Columbia U. [[/Right margin written vertically]] Excellent simple lunch good beer, and Swedish punch. [[underlined]] A well behaved [[/underlined]] small group of passengers. [[underlined]] Captain Helge A. F. Ellsen [[/underlined]] makes good impression. [[underlined]] pleasant manners. So all the other officers.
Aug 21 [[/underlined]] (Sunday) Fog last night. Light winds. Cool but damp. Gulfstream
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[[strikethrough]] A sextet of [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] Eight ^[[excellent]] musicians [[/underlined]] (Scandinavians) String Clarinet and Piano furnish [[underlined]] well selected music, [[/underlined]] Even a [[underlined]] Photoshow. [[/underlined]] Slept well again and feel again restful.
[[underlined]] Aug 22. [[/underlined]] Light Southerly winds. - [[strikethrough]] mild [[/strikethrough]] bright weather with occasional zones of fog. [[underlined]] Food is excellent [[/underlined]] and well served  Service everywhere [[underlined]] very good - A clean well kept ship.[[/underlined]] Fog horn going now and then specially at night. Sultry.
[[underlined]] Aug. 23 [[/underlined]] Cooler. Blue water. Low fog. Calm
[[underlined]] Aug 24 [[/underlined]] Cooler and [[strikethrough]] gray [[/strikethrough]] cloudy Southerly breeze.
[[underlined]] Aug 25 [[/underlined]] About the same Am sleeping well every night
[[underlined]] Aug 26 Increasing Southerly [[/underlined]] wind. Story following

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