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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-088.pdf

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May THURSDAY, 22 (142-223) 1902

Da and Harry plowing all day. Da sowed the corn before he went back. Mr. Bready here for dinner. very hot day until about half past five then terrible, wind, rain and thunder storm came up. Miss North and Mr. here . Ma went up with them to Palmerston and then takes morning train for Glencoe.

FRIDAY, 23 (143-222)

Da plowing sod all day. Will McTavish here all day. Harry here from noon. finished plowing the field. rain storm in forenoon, showry afternoon. very hot between showers.

SATURDAY, 24 (144-221)

Victoria Day. Da discing and Harry harrowing Roy came after dinner and they sowed 6 or 7 acres of pease. Quite a heavy shower in forenoon. fine afternoon. Mr. Craig got load of hay. Uncle Sandy and Aunt Cathy called in afternoon

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