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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September SUNDAY, 28 (271-94) 1902

{Clara is now writing}

Olive and I up to church in forenoon Ma at Grandma's for tea. Mr. & Mrs. John Fair there. quite a heavy shower in afternoon misty and sultry in forenoon.

MONDAY, 29 (272-93)

I took Da to station, he gone to Berlin to this trial of Tuckers. Mr. Henry Hilborn here for scraper in afternoon. misty in morning. came out hot. cooler towards evening.

TUESDAY, 30 (273-92)

Da returned home from Berlin on night train. Case settled. Won it against Tucker #200. each {each written above "200" and "and"} and costs. Drayton Show. Ma, Olive, Brock and I down all afternoon. foggy and dull in forenoon. very nasty afternoon. steady rain from about four o'clock.

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