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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-079.pdf

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April FRIDAY, 25 (115-250) 1902

Da working back on other place until about half past four. Started to rain about four and with {"with" is written above "and"} thunder and lightning at night. dull and cold. Clara over to Mr. McKee's for the duck eggs.

SATURDAY, 26 (116-249)

Da done the chores in forenoon and fixed up a bridge to driving house. mizzling and raining off and on all day. high wind. Mr.Craig got load of hay Uncle Jim came home.

SUNDAY, 27 (117-248)

Uncle Jim here for dinner. Da up to see Grandpa high wind all day

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