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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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November WEDNESDAY, 12 (316-49) 1902

Da took load chop to town and got horses shod. Home noon. Plowing in afternoon. Grandma and I at town afternoon. Quite heavy showers in forenoon. rather clear and balmy - afternoon.

THURSDAY, 13 (317-48)

Da plowing all day on sod. Miss North and Carrie her for dinner. dull in morning, but very bright afternoon.

FRIDAY, 14 (318-47)

Da finished plowing sod field. rather dull - forenoon. fine in afternoon. muggy and hot on horses.

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