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it is very doubtful whether any dividends will be cleared.
[[underline]] September 16. [[/underline]]  Annual luncheon meeting at the Biltmore Hotel, to introduce the men from Belgium who have received a fellowship for american studies under the Hoover fondation. There were only about half a dozen. - Mr. Hoover could not be present but [[blank space]] presided. I sat next to Mr. Grenade, on my right was Dr. Jean Van Heuverzwyn; who graduated from Ghent University and goes to Yale. His address is,
^[[Yale U. Medical School]] Department of Anatomy Yale, 333 Cedar street, New haven [[2?]]. Among the guests was also Professor Hubert G Shenck 
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Stanford University, Cal. 
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Denis [[/note in left margin in red]] 
It was a pleasant surprise to meet also [[black and red underline]] Armand Denis, [[/black and red underline]] 39. W. 46 st. New York at present, [[strikethrough]] But [[/strikethrough]] while he is in New York. But his address is R.F.D.1. Putnam Conn. He has developed into a tall well built man of striking personality. He and his wife who is a Roosevelt, have done exploration work in the wilds of the Congo and are now exhibiting the films made by them. Also give weekly radio talks. See my notes of 1924 when I visited [[underline]] Bali [[/underline]], where Roosevelt, the father of Mrs. Denis, was then making moving pictures there. 
[[underline]] Sept. 17. [[/underline]] At Snug Rock all day. Celine arrived here this evening by car, in good

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