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to hear that his Excellency Daugaard Jensen; Administrator
of all Greenland Would arrive in a few hours in the "Disco".
After breakfast the next morning I went on board; and he was so cordial and glad to see me. We had a very pleasant visit. And that Evening Governor Rosendahl gave a dinner. I was invited and I did enjoy meeting so many Danish officials all Friends. After the dinner the "Disco" left; and so did we.
From Disco we had a quiet and smooth run to Labrador. And thence to Brigus. Staid here a day and a quick and smooth run made to New York. Where our two walrus Pups were handed over in good shape to Assistant Director Bob Bean, the Polar Bear Cub
I had for Grover Whelean, I couldn't find anyone who would take
him, so I sent him along with the [[Strikethrough]] cubs [[/Strikethrough]] walrus pups.

Saturday September 18th. The Morrissey went out of Commission and was laid up at her old Berth Inc. Williams
shipyard. West Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y.
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