Irving Langmuir

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September 23, 1910 – Irving Langmuir’s diary

Saw Apperson about taking a trip up to “his country.”

Langmuir and a young friend took their trip up to Apperson’s country the very next day. Though Irving, a naturally rapid-striding hiker, was in excellent condition, he complained, in his diary, that Apperson went too far and had to keep coming back for them. A later entry reads:

7 men reached the top of Mt. Washington yesterday. All but Apperson were frost bitten.

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