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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-125.pdf

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September WEDNESDAY, 10 (253-112)

Da loaded up the old sleighs and took them to Goldstone. Home about one o'clock. Then pulled at the peas, other side of Poplars. Ma at Drayton in afternoon. Dick Lowes here at noon. Misty & dull till about ten, then very fine day.

THURSDAY, 22 (254-111)

Da finished pulling peas. Mr. McEwing forked them out. Da down at McEwings with team drawing oats in afternoon. Miss North started in her rounds again. dull all day

FRIDAY, 12 (255-110)

Da choring round in forenoon. took Perkin sow over to Mr. Craigs in afternoon. very nasty day. steady rain all day.

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