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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-099.pdf

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June TUESDAY, 24 (175-190) 1902

Da went to Drayton in morning to get horses shod. brought up load of clay to put in front of driving house with him. Brought down 2 loads gravel and put there in afternoon. very fine day. 2

WEDNESDAY, 25 (176-189)

{Clara is now writing}

I took Olive to Drayton. She started to write for Entrance. Ma took Grandpa to station He went to Listowel races, at noon. Da brought down three loads of gravel in forenoon and one after. rained very heavily all afternoon. Da went after Olive & brought Maggie McDonald she stayed all night. I stayed all night with Grandma. 4

THURSDAY, 26 (177-188)

Da brought down five loads gravel and spread it. I took the girls to Drayton and went after them. Little rain this afternoon. very windy. Mr. Bready here for dinner. I stayed with Grandma. 5. Maggie did not stay to night.

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