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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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June THURSDAY, 12 (163-202) 1902

Da shearing the sheep. finished about three o'clock. Then drew out manure till five o'clock. Then went to Mr. Lawton's to help raise staff of windmill. Jim Bready here for dinner Miss North here, afternoon. Grandpa got Mark shod dull at times with few drops of rain.

FRIDAY, 18 (164-201)

Da working on root ground, such as drawing out manure and spreading a pile in the field Bill Gass and Mrs Lappin, (Maggie Gass) here about an hour this afternoon. very warm fine day.

SATURDAY, 14 (165-200)

Da working on root ground all day. Ma and we children at Drayton in afternoon. very warm day.

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