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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-132.pdf

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October WEDNESDAY, 1 (274-91) 1902

Da went up to Uncle Rich'ds and boys came down and helped load the pigs. Da took them to Moorefield. Boys took home a load of straw. Da cleaned up grist of chop and took it to Drayton about four o'clock. dull and cold wind blowing all day.

THURSDAY, 2 (275-90)

Da went back and plowed out potatoes and picked them up in forenoon. potatoes very good. After dinner harrowed them out and pick them up & pick them over and put in root house. Miss North here. very fine day inclined to be cool.

FRIDAY, 3 (276-89)

Da started to draw manure out on to where the peas were. Ma at Drayton in afternoon very fine day cold wind.

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