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[[underline]] Dec. 25. 1927. [[/underline]] Bright beautiful day but cold Ice floes on Hudson [[underline]] George Baekeland [[/underline]] here bringing samples of his best wine. stayed for luncheon then Nina and her three oldest children to enjoy the [[underline]] Christmas tree. [[/underline]] -- When it was time to leave little [[underline]] Ninette [[/underline]] was not to be found. She used her old trick of hiding herself so as to be left behind and sleep at grandmothers Left for [[underline]] Florida [[/underline]] on [[underline]] Seaboard [[/underline]] Air line at [[underline]] 6^40^ P.M. [[/underline]] Cold night
[[underline]] Dec. 26 [[/underline] Bright and frosty in North Carolina, water frozen - also in South Carolina
[[underline]] Dec 27 [[/underline]] arrive [[underline]] Miami [[/underline]] 9^30^ AM Drove to [[underline]] Coconut Grove in taxi [[/underline]] Found gate locked. Had to jump over the wall. Curtis was still celebrating Xmas

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verified it is Seaboard Air Line Railway.

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