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Wyndam Bolling Blanton diary, 4 August-19 September 1915

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wooden seats but one could see far & wide & it was very cool. On our way home we pasted thru Sèvres the famous town where pottery is made. Returning we went straight to Montmartre & had a too costly dinner. Then we went to a few cafes and returned hom having seen this celebrated part of Paris. Sept 13 15 Dressings & operations. We are trying plaster under fractured arms at present to correct a tendency to deformity.In the afternoon a old pt came in his air machine & cut all kinds of figures in the air over us while the member of the hospital came out & waves to him. Sept 14 15. Down town in afternoon for money, gifts, & photos. Judd was in for a little while in morning. Put on four plaster gutters & cut same down. Have a new scheme for arms which I propose to try out in morning. Sept 15. 15. The most significant affair of the day war [was] a thorough inspection of the Pasteur Institute. Our invitation was from Dr. Harde & we took Dr Stone along with us.