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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September MONDAY, 1 (244-121) 1902

Labor Day. Da went over with team and helped Burrows draw in, in forenoon. Then went back and cut six acres of barley, in afternoon. Dave Corbett here in morning to see pigs. Mr. McEwing here in evening. Uncle Willie ^ went {the word "went" is in between and above "Willie" and "home"} home on morning train. very fine day. and hot.

TUESDAY, 2 (245-120)

Da mowed the little patch of oats in front, in forenoon. Shocked the barley in afternoon. Wat. Burrows took some chop to town for us. very fine harvest weather. good breeze.

WEDNESDAY, 3 (246-119)

Da Raked up barley stubble by sideroad in forenoon. Put away binder and drew in this loose oats. Ma at Drayton in afternoon. fine bright day. cool breeze blowing.

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