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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-115.pdf

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August MONDAY, 11 (223-142) 1902

Da went to Drayton for chop but did not get it. After dinner rigging at binder then fixing driving house doors. Uncle Jim came up at noon went back with the 4.44. dull afternoon with showers at times. fine forenoon with strong breeze. girls over to H. Hilborns at night.

TUESDAY, 12 (224-141)

Da cut barley behind barn, then went back and cut timothy. Mr. Craig and Willie came after dinner and they drew at the clover. Da went back and put up timothy very fine day, cool wind.

Finished haying {handwritten} WEDNESDAY, 12 (225-140)

Mr Craig and Mr. Scott here helping draw in, also, in afternoon, Charlie & Hoshel Hilborn finished haying and brought in timothy. very fine day. Da put up barley after dark.

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