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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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August THURSDAY, 14 (226-139) 1902

Da went back and started to cut oats on other place, they are very rusty. Clara at Drayton in morning to get "Mark" shod. Olive and I up to Uncle Rich's in afternoon Da gone back to shock up some oats after tea. Seth brought the meat. very fine day.

FRIDAY, 15 (227-138)

Da went back and shocked up till about ten then cut the rest of the day. Went back and shocked up after tea. dull and misty in morning. fine rest of day. Mr. McEwing here in morn. Charlie and Hoshel came over and got white headed pup. Winnie & Nell here - afternoon.

SATURDAY, 16 (228-137)

Da finished cutting 14 acres at noon. Then shocked up after dinner and tea. Gone to Drayton at night. Olive and I over to Mr. Page's - afternoon. very fine day good breeze.

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