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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September SUNDAY, 7 (250-115) 1902

All up to church in morning. Jack Allen rode up with them. Da and Ma up to Grandpa Philp's fine day with strong wind.

MONDAY, 8 (251-114)

Da raked up barley stubble {"stubble" is written on a slant in between words "barley" and "next"} next to Ezra, then brought it in. Went with team to Mr. McEwings all day. very fine day. rain in the night.

TUESDAY, 9 (252-113)

Da just choring round and fixing pegs to hang harness on. Hettie over in after noon. very nasty day. raining and mizzling all day. rather cold rain.

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