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but she was out.
[[underlined]] Sept. 23. [[/underlined]]  Visited [[red underlined]] Dr. Montague [[/red underlined]] who reports good progress of his operation, also stretched anus orifice.
[[underlined]] Sept 24. [[/underlined]]  Feel very tired so stayed at Snug Rock.  Fine weather
[[underlined]] Sept 25. [[/underlined]] 
At Snug Rock.
[[underlined]] Sept 26 [[/underlined]] (Sunday) Ditto. Here all day. Celine drove to George's where Dickie and Freddie were I stayed here all day
[[underlined]] Sept 27. [[/underlined]]  Went to office.  
[[left margin in red]] C.R.B. meeting [[/left margin in red]]
Then at noon to annual luncheon meeting of [[red underlined]] C.R.B. Mr.& Mrs. ^[[Herbert]] Hoover there, Rickard [[/red underlined]] presiding. 
[[left margin in red]] Hoover there & wife [[/left margin in red]]
Professeur [[red underlined]] Heger [[/red underlined]] of the U of Brussels & his wife. Sat next to [[red underlined]] Grenade, [[/red underlined]] who has just returned. Several young Belgians who have a scholarship.
[[red underlined]] Dr. Keppel [[/red underlined]] of Rockefeller foundation also there.
Wrote to [[red underlined]] Cecil Roberts, [[/red underlined]] Kendall and [[strikethrough]] Sir [[/strikethrough]][[red underlined]] Sir Frank E. Smith, [[/red underlined]] sec'y Royal Society announcing sending of Raincoats.
[[underlined]] Sept 28 [[/underlined]] Feel tired. Rainey day. Stayed in Yonkers. - 182.349.
[[underlined]] Sept 29. [[/underlined]] A [[red underlined]] Frenchman, Georges A Rubissow [[/red underlined]] came to offices the U.S. explortation of patents for making molded articles or varnishes and paint luminescent after being exposed to light.  George, Rossi and myself thought it interesting enough for further investigation.
[[underlined]] Sept 30. [[/underlined]]  Further discussion of [[red underlined]] Rubissow [[/red underlined]] with George, Rossi
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Blunt. The latter tells me R.'s company is willing to give us the free use of the patent for a certain period, [[red underlined]] provided we purchase the luminescent ingredient [[/red underlined]] from his Co. at about $6.00 a pound. The nature of which is [[red underlined]] still a secret [[/red underlined]] and not yet patented. That after 2 years at our option they will sell us the secret or the patent, (which is not yet filed) for the sum of [[red underlined]] $300000.00. [[/red underlined]] This offer has been refused by the General Electric Co. I tried Novotny our new patent attorney at translating from French into German, the Rubbisow French text of the luminescent molding patent. Am glad to see he does it fairly well.
[[left margin in red]] Bakelite Radio film [[/left margin in red]]
This evening at 5 P.M. went to see a [[red underlined]] Preview of the new Bakelite Film, [[/red underlined]] "The history of Bakelite at the Laboratories of Fox Film West 57 str. A great improvement over the former film, since I made them eliminate the man who was supposed to impersonate me in explaining to a newspaper reporter the [[strikethrough]] history [[/strikethrough]] chemistry of Bakelite.
[[underlined]] Oct 1. [[/underlined]]  George and Rossi absent, visiting some experiments George arranged. I spent most of day at office
[[underlined]] Oct 2. [[/underlined]]  Remained home preparing my talk for Franklin Institute.
[[underlined]] Oct 3 [[/underlined]] (Sunday). Here all day
[[underlined]] Oct 4. [[/underlined]] This morning at office tried to test [[strikethrough]] language [[/strikethrough]]foreign language aptitude of [[red underlined]] Mr. Novotny [[/red underlined]] our new
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