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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-100.pdf

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June FRIDAY, 27 (178-187) 1902

Da drawing gravel for the lane, all day. Clara took the girls to Drayton and went after them. Ma and Brock went to greet Grandpa at noon. Miss North, Mrs. North & Stewart here for tea. very fine day but cool. drew 6 loads gravel. I took Mag home even'g Brock passed into the Third Book.

SATURDAY, 28 (179-186)

Da drawing gravel all day for lane. drew 5 loads. Wal brought our trough up from Drayton, and Da went back with him and put it up. the children up to Grandpa's this afternoon. very fine day. 5

SUNDAY, 29 (180-185)

Ma and Grandma over to see Lizzie Benson. She is very poorly. Da & Wall down to Riches. with cow at night. rainy morning fine afternoon.

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