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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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October THURSDAY, 16 (289-76) 1902

{Clara is now writing}

Thanksgiving. Da plowing all day on other place. Olive and I over for beef. Sarah and Wat. Burrows here for tea. Olive up to Uncle Rich'd very fine day. Another of Walter White's children died of fever. Jessie.

FRIDAY, 17 (290-75)

Da plowing on other place all day. Ma and Grandma at Drayton. in afternoon very fine day. hard frost at night. Walt brought up two bags of potatoes from the station which came from Guelph.

SATURDAY, 18 (291-74)

Da choring round in forenoon. After dinner went over and helped Walt kill a pig, then he and Walt went to Drayton for sugar (a barrel). from Guelph. dull and rainy all forenoon. dull and rather foggy afternoon.

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