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Wyndam Bolling Blanton diary, 4 August-19 September 1915

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of such a nature in whom I searched in vain for a heart or kidney lesion & had the whole trouble disappear after the necessary time. To more or less prove the eteology in the case of my hands I did the following thing this afternoon. After noticing the swelling walked the remaining distance home with one hand elevated and the other hanging by the side. By careful comparison on reaching my room I found the hanging hand 1/3 larger than the one which had been elevated. Aug. 26 '15. Put a plaster cast on a man with a fracture of both bones of leg. Dr Allison of Boston helping. Got in to a querrel over my laundry in French. Gave up in disgust not being able to express myself. Continued history taking in 79 & 262 Am in a rather disgusted state of mine. Am in no humor to air my opinions. Aug 27 '15 To be chronological I finished my dressings rather early to fill an engagement in the afternoon c Houston & Putman. While waiting on the Champs Elysees I witnessed an auto accident which knocked down a electric light post & threw a mother & her baby into the middle of the street. The fellows arriving we went into