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Open doors are again comfortable. Another busy day at the end of which felt tired and like broken bones.  Probably due to 3 cold nights.  Worked [[strikethrough]] till late [[/strikethrough]] early this morning at revising License [[emhaet?]] for [[strikethrough]] Gl [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] [[Alkyd?]] varnish [[/underlined]] from [[underlined]] General Electric. [[/underlined]]
Mailed letter to George on this subject, this afternoon
[[underlined]] Jan 6 [[/underlined]] Wired Dr. W.R. Whitney about [[underlined in red]] Langmuirs work. [[Verticle entry in margin]] Dr. Irving Langmuir [[/margin entry]] Did not tell him I have been asked by [[red underline]] Swedish Royal [[/underline]] Academy of Science to propose candidate for [[red underline]] Nobel Prize [[/underline]] in Chemistry
Recent deeds of conveyance ^[[betw]] [[strikethrough]] from [[/strikethrough]] the Methodist Church and Bryan Estate intended to correct error in title baffle me.  So went to see [[blomas?]].
Drove to Miami opened account at [[red underline]] Burdines [[/underline]] and 
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[[red underline]] bought [[strikethrough]] settee [[/strikethrough]] Chinese Grass Settee and 2 ditto chairs as I am reduced now to two folding camp chairs
[[red underline]] Larry Huntington [[/underline]] visited here and gave me much information about [[red underline]] The Anchorage [[/underline]] which he [[red underline]] built between 1915 & 1916 [[/underline]] (or was it 1916-1917)
Pleasant sunny mild day.
[[underlined]] Jan 7. [[/underlined]] Very busy day.  Pleasantly warm.  Transplanted two small [[red underline]] travelers [[/underline]] Palms near office. 
The [[strikethrough]] large [[/strikethrough]] too large bamboos near the beginning of the rows of Royal Palms have been cut down so as not to cause further damage to the Palm trees.
[[Vertical entry in red in margin]] Anchorage Harbour [[/margin entry]]
Jan 8 (Sunday) another mild pleasant day.  Very busy planting and fixing things afternoon went [[underlined in red]] sounding our harbor, [[/underlined in red]] channel & neighborhood with Catlow.  First wall
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