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9/. [[red underline]] Additional notes to page 8 concerning codecil to my will: [[/red underline]] Went back to Yonkers to pack my trunks etc and took a restful [[strikethrough]] day [[/strikethrough]] afternoon, until Nina and her daughter Celine Roll came to visit us towards evening. 
[[vertical note in left margin in red]] Diesel train [[/vertical note in left margin]] 
[[strikethrough]] 10 AM [[/strikethrough]] Train left 1:20 P.M. Had a private compartment. Few passengers from York on train, but more later on at several cities... A dull [[underline]] Jan 11 [[/underline]] monotonous ride until we entered [[red underline]] Florida, [[/red underline]] where landscape was still green. Familiar sight of "moss bearded trees" and the wilderness. - Arrived at Miami at 3:30 P.M. - [[red underline]] Andrew [[/red underline]] there with [[red underline]] newly varnished open car, [[/red underline]] Garden and house in excellent condition 
[[vertical note in left margin]] (Jewish Lawyer R. Ruzieha Dobbs Ferry. N.Y) [[/vertical note in left margin]]
Spent evening unpacking and classifying things. Had visit of [[red underline]] Dr. Jeffrey [[/red underline]] who came to chat then to bed. - At 8:30 P.M. my bell rang. - Imagined it was a telegram I opened the door in my night gown. But found that the callers were Mrs ? [[blank space]] and a young gentleman who I think was her brother to pay a visit at this late hour. They both apologised. - Some people get up late in the morning and go to bed late at night. - They left immediately without entering the door. 
[[vertical note in left margin in red]] Anchorage [[/vertical note in left margin]]
[[underline]] Jan 12. [[/underline]] Beautiful weather again; cannot imagine any snow covered country in the North 

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Unpacking and classifying 
[[underline]] Jan 13. [[/underline]] After a busy day went to Key Biscayne Yacht club. 
[[underline]] Jan 14 (Sunday) [[/underline]] Most beautiful weather. Putting order in things. [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] 
[[underline]] Jan 15 [[/underline]] Monday. Very cold on getting up. - Used old oil-fires to keep warm. Visit of Howard & his wife and daughter Wrote a letter to my sister [[vertical note in left margin in red]] Anchorage [[/vertical note in left margin]] Also condolences to Hooker about loss of his younger brother. Bright & sunny.
[[underline]] Jan 16. [[/underline]] - Classifying everything [[strikethrough]] Jan 17. [[/strikethrough]] Ordered [[strikethrough]] new [[/strikethrough]] new letter paper at Coconut Grove printer. 
[[underline]] Jan 18 [[/underline]] Then to [[red underline]] Sears Roebuck, [[/red underline]] where bought a [[red underline]] new portable Radio [[/red underline]] for 11.95 = 5 tubes. - Works very well. Beautiful weather. Mailed [[strikethrough]] Al [[/strikethrough]] letters to Celine, Remon, champs, George etc. 
[[underline]] Jan 17 [[/underline]] Afternoon had visit of [[red underline]] Captain E.G. Oberlin [[/red underline]] U.S. Navy retired - R-4 Anacostia D.C. intends to live in Arizona Long interesting talk about past war [[red underline]] when I was of the U.S. Naval Consulting board with Edison [[/red underline]] and Naval officers [[vertical note in left margin]] 170-500 [[/vertical note in left margin]] Reminded of many incidents of that period, also [[red underline]] spoke about present war [[/red underline]] [[strikethrough]] hat [[/strikethrough]] in Europe Letter to Dr. Stauss of German Bakelite 
[[underline]] Jan. 18 [[/underline]] - At noon visit of [[red underline]] Col. Lagerloof [[/red underline]] Bright weather and mild Col. [[red underline]] Hans Lagerloof. [[/red underline]] Wrote letter to Boouray, Frederic Rachel and George
This afternoon while walking met Mr. [[red underline]] R. Curry [[/red underline]] who lives near by.   
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