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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-052.pdf

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February Monday 3 (34-331) 1902

Da just doing the chores and shoveling tracks to get through. It stormed [children did not go to school] very hard all day. and drifted up awful. Uncle Jim here for tea. the town line is full. Jim went to Drayton by river.

TUESDAY, 4 (35-330)

Da choring all day. very stormy and drifting all day. Uncle Jim went back on morning train. Da had a bad pain in his eye. children went to school.

WEDNESDAY, 5 (36-329)

Da choring in forenoon and cleaning out pens in afternoon. stormy till about eleven o'clock, then faired up and was a lovely sunshiny day. Da went to Drayton in evening for the vetenary, Dr. Pickle. Old Molly did not seem well.

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