File #29163: "Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1927_011.pdf"


Friday, January 14 Weather: Fair & Cold Northerly winds Eggs: 97 Presented with twelve little pigs Washed & crated 57 doz eggs Road blocked with snow to Unionville Convention at Unionville, unable to get there John Brown brought his radio batterie up to be stored, Isabell Scott came also - Gertie went to meeting at the church Saturday, January 15 Weather: Fair. and very cold. North wind Eggs: 93 Market day. Produce fom farm 101 pints cream 55 doz Eggs 28 lbs butter Roads very heavy to {Youngest? Young St.?} Had supper a Atkinssons on the way home Tim & Teddy called in on their way home

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