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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-119.pdf

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August SATURDAY, 23 (235-130) 1902

Da at Isa. Hilborn's threshing in forenoon. After dinner cutting at the barley. Mr. McTavish came and shocked some oats on other place. then shocking barley all afternoon. Da put up what was not up, after night We children at Drayton afternoon. fine day with strong wind.

SUNDAY, 24 (236-129)

Ma and we children up to church in morning. Da and Ma & Brock {"& Brock"} written in after and written on an angle} up to see Grandpa Philp in evening. very fine day.

MONDAY, 25 (237-128)

Da finished cutting barley about ten o'clock then went and shocked it finished at noon. Mr. McTavish at Mr. Lawtons threshing forenoon. Da drew in barley behind barn. Ma and I helped in noon. Uncle Willie came on noon train. Da and he went to Drayton at night to hunt men for harvest. very fine day. most like harvest day we have had.

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