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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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August FRIDAY, 8 (220-145) 1902

Da took load of chop to Drayton in morning raked up hay and putting it up in afternoon. Ma, Brock and grandma up to see Aunty Gass. very fine day but dull and misty forenoon. good breeze.

Coronation Day. {Handwritten} SATURDAY, 9 (221-144)

Da got binder out and cleaned up, then Mr. Craig and Willie came and they drew in at the clover. very fine day. King Edward VII crowned.

SUNDAY, 10 (222-143)

Olive and I drove Granma up to church in morning. Mr. F. Page here in afternoon. Ma and Da up to Grandpa Philp's in even-ing. quite a shower before breakfast. sultry and dull in forenoon. very sultry afternoon.

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