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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-092.pdf

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June TUESDAY, 3 (154-211) 1902

Peace declared in South Africa. Da drawing manure to root ground all day children home at noon. We three and Grandpa went to Drayton in afternoon to celebration. quite heavy rain afternoon.

WEDNESDAY, 4 (155-210)

Da drawing manure to root ground forenoon, plowing it in afternoon. bright beautiful day.

THURSDAY, 5 (156-209)

Da ridging up turnip and mangold ground sowed them after tea with Mark. Miss North here in forenoon. Jim Bready here Clara went over to S. Gillree's for Beef. First beast killed to day. cool in morning. but very calm and warm rest of day. Uncle Willie {blank space for a number that wasn't filled in} years old.

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