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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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April TUESDAY, 22 (112-253) 1902

Da back on other place. sowing and harrow-ing. Clara at Drayton afternoon. very high wind, but fine drying day. sultry out of wind.

WEDNESDAY, 23 (113-252)

Da back on other place cultivating and sowing. terrible windy and cold. very heavy gale in the night.

THURSDAY, 24 (114-251)

Da back on other place had 14 1/2 acres in at noon. Miss North here. Nell and May Gorden here in afternoon. fine bright day but windy. we finished our third quarter in music. Nell Gorden been at nursing one year to-day

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