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[[underlined]] 188 [[/underlined]] next to Bolton and Cohoe. The latter came to visit me at "Snug Rock" to invite me to sit next to the medalist. But I suffered from pain in my back, which compelled me to rest. - I regretted this much, because I wanted to get acquainted with Dr. Bolton; I hope to meet him later on. [[strikethrough]] to [[/strikethrough]] The British Air raiders, last night, flying over Germany, underwent great losses before returning to Britain. [[underlined]] November 10. [[/underlined]] Bought a new pocket book from headquarters which I intend starting on first day of January. Went to office. George was out [[strikethrough]] But [[/strikethrough]] But Rossi. Brown (senior) and Blunt were in conference I questioned them about our chemists and about progress in chemical research as well as the manufacturing in Bloomfield [[end page] [[start page]] 189/ and Bound Brook. Am told that [[underlined]] Moore [[/underlined]] is the head chemist in research problems. - From the scant information I got . I am inclined to believe that [[strikethrough]] we [[/strikethrough]] our chemists do not compare well with those of our competitors Rossi tells me however that Mr. ^[[strikethrough]] [[Moore ?]] [[/strikethrough]] (or Dr.) Johnson [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] of [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] Union Carbide is an able chemist I shall try to learn more about him, in as far that neither Brown, nor Rossi, nor George nor Blunt are incompetent to judge. I shall try to inform myself about Molinari, also about Moore (called Dr. Moore) ? altho' I do not know when and where he got a doctors degree Celine has gone again to visit Dickie, but the expected child has not yet appeared This evening returning to Snug Rock in the Yonkers Trolley Car
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