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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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August TUESDAY, 5 (217-148) 1902

Da and Willie drew in three loads of hay then heavy rain till noon. Then tinkering around and choring. Da up to see D. Corbett. at night. Miss Duncan here over night. dull afternoon. rain at night.

WEDNESDAY, 6 (218-147)

{Clara is now writing}

Da cutting hay all day from noon {"from noon" written above the crossed-out words}, down by bush. Took seven pigs to Moorfield in morning Miss Duncan went home after dinner. Olive and I at Drayton - afternoon. dull day with showers at times.

THURSDAY, 7 (219-146)

Da finished cutting patch, then went over to Mr. Craigs till noon, Raked hay up then he and Mr. Craig putting up till about four. then steady rain till night. Watt brought the meat.

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