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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-136.pdf

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October MONDAY, 13 (286-79) 1902

Da went to Drayton and sent the money away to H. George & Sons. Then plowed till noon. Cleaned up a grist and took it to Drayton. heavy rain in night. lot of rain fell during day. very windy afternoon rahter raw and cold wind.

TUESDAY, 14 (287-78)

Da finished plowing in that field and brought up load of turnips, Ma over at Mr. Burrows baking. I at Drayton in afternoon. rather fine day. but cold. lottle showers towards evening.

WEDNESDAY, 15 (288-77)

{Olvie is now writing}

Da ploughing all day in pea stubble on other place. Miss North here for dinner. fine day, strong wind. rather cloudy at times. Henry Howard Hilborn of Lither got his right hand caught in threshing machine andhad it taken off about a week later.

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