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[[red underline]] second year I came here [[/red underline]] that it froze. - Very uncomfortable [[red underline]] Have to heat water [[/red underline]] in the morning in [[red underline]] kerosene or electric heaters [[/red underline]] Many birds and fish killed by the frost. [[underline]] Jan 31. [[/underline]] Beautiful bright sunny weather. - [[red underline]] Celine arrived [[/red underline]] today. - Train about 3 hours late. - Waited from 4 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. (Diesel Engine train)
[[underline]] Feb 1. [[/underline]] Milder weather. - no frost but [[strikethrough]] w [[/strikethrough]] [[red underline]] solar heather still out of commission. [[/red underline]]
[[underline]] Feb 2 [[/underline]] Bright and sunny. At request of Com. which wants to honor me for my work, as decided by their Committee am mailing a short typewritten copy of my curriculum Wrote letter to Ayres about [[red underline]] Urey [[/red underline]] application for membership in [[strikethrough]] Cent Cens [[/strikethrough]] Century association.  [[vertical note in left margin in red]] Urey [[/left margin]]
[[underlined]] Feb 3 [[/underlined]]
Man came here to make my photograph to accompany the publication of my medal award.
[[underline]] Feb 4 [[/underline]] [[red underline]] Bright and sunny, [[/red underline]] spent most of day writing and classifying. [[vertical note in left margin]] [[underline]] Sunday [[/underline]] [[/left margin]] - [[red underline]] Every day bad war-news. [[/red underline]] - When will it end? Celine for dinner at Mrs. Brett.
[[underline]] Feb 5. [[/underline]] A certain Mr. [[underline]] Munro [[/underline]] came here to photograph me in relation to the award which I understand is to be given to me [[red underline]] Wrote to Miss Bidwell [[/red underline]] to mail me [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] [[red underline]] typewritten copy of my [[/red underline]] life.
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Wrote to [[red underline]] Wieth [[/red underline]] to let me know what to do with [[strikethrough]] her his [[/strikethrough]] wooden testplates which were [[red underline]] glued together with Bakelite [[/red underline]] and have been exposed a long time in my garden here.
[[underline]] Feb. 6 [[/underline]] Went to Miami to renew my motor license. - Afterwards to the house of [[question mark in red]] [[blank space]] whose trees and other plants have been much damaged by the recent [[red underline]] frost which has done so much damage specially inland. [[vertical note in left margin in red]] Frost [[/left margin]] Afternoon went driving out for the first time since I left here last year. - Visited the Fairchild tropical garden, where several new building (white coral) have been erected thru the initiative of [[red underline]] Col Montgomery. [[/red underline]]
[[underline]] Feb 7. [[/underline]] This morning [[underline]] strong rain [[/underline]] [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] thunder and lightning.
[[underline]] Feb 8. [[/underline]] Drove to Miami for extra-key for car. - [[red underline]] Bright pleasant weather Registered for coming election. [[/red underline]] [[vertical note in left margin in red]] Registered for election [[/left margin]] Mailed letter to [[red underline]] Robert L. Lund. [[/red underline]] President National manufacturing association, informing him that I [[red underline]] cannot be at their banquet [[/red underline]] where I am to receive new honors.
[[strikethrough]] [[underline]] Feb 9 [[/underline] [[/strikethrough]] [[red underline]] Tiles [[/red underline]] replaced on [[red underline]] flooring and now all flat [[/red underline]] Yesterday long talk with [[red underline]] Andrew who bitterly complains about the unpleasant tricks of his wife. [[/red underline]] The frame for waterpipe of [[red underline]] solar heating finally in place and finished. [[/red underline]]
[[underline]] Feb 9. [[/underline]] Beautiful sunny weather and [[red underline]] Solar heater working again [[/red underline]] Yesterday went out on ION, visiting Matheson's Island then going further towards Gulf Stream. [[red underline]] Ion [[/red underline]] behaved excellently making [[red underline]] 9 nautical miles [[/red underline]] per hour. 
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