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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887


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Cauliweed appli{?}. Calisee{?} {Unknown} {illegible} or rather chores, is still the ordeel of thr day. But little {illegible} is left after {illegible} is {illegible} after properly for visiting with my friends who are still with us.

The dat has been very fine and pleasant.

Nag Mr. G. Hilson {illegible} Port Aopu{?} {unknown} dinner with us. Also Mr. {illegible}. Both {not understand} were in a great glee for salting{?}, not having {illegible} for {illegible} years.

How {illegible} and {illegible} of Mr. {illegible}.


{illegible} been engaged as {illegible} at s {not understand} of work that requires constant attention.

{illegible} the cheese. fadory{?} this afternoon after last polyment{?} of money as account {unknown} sheese.

The weather has been storny to day. {illegible} has been folding{?} and still {illegible}

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