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Wyndam Bolling Blanton diary, 4 August-19 September 1915

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Aug 12 15 Dr. Judd invited Nic and myself to dinner with him tomorrow night. Received bill for room rent & dejourners today 130 F for month for two of us. Tonight coming home in the dark we were talking in a loud voice in English about things we should not have been saying on the streets in America. Why should one care in a foreign city. Well, just at the crisis of our remarks a female voice passed us, saying "Good evening Drs." Who would have expected a friend to be near at such a time to hear what was not intended to be heard. One never knows what to expect. Aug 13 15 All of 83 gathered for Mr. Hunt, our chief orderly to get a picture. He leaves for America in the afternoon. Hurried home to dress to go out c Dr Judd & wife to dinner. We had a splendid meal on the veranda overlooking the garden. He lives in Honolulu and is a P.&S man. After dinner we went up to their apartment & talked of the men at P.&S. - his classmates and our Profs. They told us of Honolulu & showed us some good photographs. Aug 14 15 Newbauer asked to have help in writing up some of Dr Blakes