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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-127.pdf

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September TUESDAY, 16 (259-106) 1902

Da finished pulling the peas on other place Percy turning out in forenoon. no one here in afternoon. Grandpa went down town and brought up 9 baskets of fruit then I went down and got other 9. Carrie from Guelph. very fine day.

WEDNESDAY, 17 (260-105)

Da turned out peas next sideroad then went over and got Wat. in forenoon. Mr. McEwing, Percy, Ross and team here in afternoon. Wat helping. brought up 4 loads from other place very fine day.

THURSDAY, 18 (261-104)

Da cleaned out pens then went back and turned other peas. Then Mr. McEwing and Da brought up a load each before dinner. Drawing all afternoon and stacking them behind driving house. Uncle Rich'ds three and team here afternoon Miss North and Mrs. Bell here. looking like rain little shower. Da at Drayton at night.

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