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204/ photographs of our whole family all in natural colors. He made an excellent job of it - His profected color pictures [[strikethrough]] wh [[/strikethrough]] are mor striking and true than some of the expensive painted portraits we have acquired from painters Some of them had cost us over one thousand Dollars. - The [[strikethrough]] newly [[/strikethrough]] new mother "Dickie" is doing very well and her boy seems a healthy child, according to the report of Celine who spent afternoon and late in the evening at Dickie's home. My cold has become decidedly less painful. [[underlined]] Monday 24. [[/underlined]] Bright weather. and mild temperature. Went to our office then to Mr. Rafferty of Union Carbide, with whom I had a very pleasant visit, talking about our factories and the men busy therein. [[end page]] [[start page]] 205/ Celine went to visit Dickie and her child in the hospital. Reports are excellent. Visited also Dr. G. O. Curm, chief chemist of Union Carbide. - Then a long interesting talk with J. A. Rafferty, who seems well posted with all the details of Union Carbide Am more than ever convinced that Union Carbide is a well organised company covering a great variety of materials used for endless purposes. Did not meet W. F. Barrett Will visit him at some future occasion [[underlined]] Wednesday [[/underlined]] November 26. Went to office. George reports that Dickie is in excellent condition X [[left margin vertical]] X and so is her baby. [[/left margin vertical]] Visited [[underlined]] Mr. Oshea. [[/underlined]] B. at his office of Union Carbide. Spoke about Townsend and past meetings when we were discussing the subject of joining Bakelite
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