File #29199: "Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1927_047.pdf"


Thursday, March 24 Weather - Cloudy turning milder Eggs - 109 - 1 goose Churned 33 Ibs butter Got four bags laying mash for hens Hauled two loads of stone too fill in holes in the road Attended poultry Association at Markham along with Mr Wilcocks, Mr French from New Market spoke, called at Stevensons on my way home for Gertie Friday, March 25 Weather, Fair and Milder Eggs - 100 - 1 goose Went to the good road to meet the baker also took the market load down later J. Brown brought his radio battery up for charging

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