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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-121.pdf

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August FRIDAY, 29 (241-124) 1902

Men finished drawing in barley at night. Geo. Schmaus and Geo. Leitch helping Uncle Willie, Olive and I at Merritt Noeckers funeral in afternoon. Ma helping Mrs. Burrows get ready for threshing. Uncle Willie here at night. very fine day Willie Walker got pea-rake and brought it back to-night

SATURDAY, 30 (242-123)

Da over to Mr. Burrows threshing in forenoon. with the team drawing in for Mr. Burrows in afternoon. Olive, Uncle Will and I up to see Aunty Gass and Grandpa Philp in afternoon. Da at Drayton at night. Uncle Will here very hot day.

SUNDAY, 31 (243-122)

At home all day. Da and Uncle Will over to Frank Pages in evening. Close and sultry with high wind. looking like rain.

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