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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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July THURSDAY, 3 (184-181) 1902

Da went over for beef. Then took "Jennie" cow to Mr. Riches had dinner there. Mr Bready here. Da and Walt brought down 4 loads sawdust in afternoon. very wet & dull {"& dull" written after the fact and written above the words "wet" and "forenoon"} forenoon. fine afternoon

FRIDAY, 4 (185-180)

Da plowed patch of sow thistle in forenoon. cutting thistles on other place in afternoon. Olive & Clara at Drayton forenoon. Ma, Olive and I up to Mr. Lawtons in evening very warm day. lot of lightning at night.

5 SATURDAY, 5 (186-179)

Da took load of chop to Drayton and got horses shod in forenoon. Went up to Uncle Rich'd in afternoon. After milking drove up to Palmerston. home about 12 o'clock terrible hot day.

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