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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887


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October MONDAY 31 1887

Have continued to work away with all our might at the cellar wall to day as usual. Joe and Wes. have both been helping. The weather has become very fine with some appearance of its continuance. Had a visit with frp, the Watts girls this evening, who came mostly to see Ida Skinner at present with us. Enjoyed the evening with these young friends very much. Took them home afterwards. Weather very fine.

October TUESDAY 1 1887

Worked away to day also at the cellar wall both the boys helping. The weather has become very fine and comfortable indeed. I am expecting that it will contine so for some little time. Ma and Mifs Ida have been down to James Holcombs this to day. This evening they came home & we all went down to Wattses to spend the evening. Enjoyed the visit very much.

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