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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

Philp_1902-150.pdf

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November MONDAY, 24 (328-37) 1902

Da plowing and moved a large stone. Grandma and I at Drayton in afternoon. Ethel, Howard and Henry Howard Hilborn here to spend the evening. Wilmot at Page's threshing in afternoon very fine day.

TUESDAY 25 (329-36)

Da moving a few rails and plowing sod on other place. Wilmot Drury at F. Page's threshing for us. cool, but bright. hard frost at night.

8 WEDNESDAY, 26 (330-35)

{Olive is perhaps writing}

Da went to plough {whole sentence before this point is in much larger letters. Words after this point get smaller then almost seam to change hand} but had to come back on account of frost. Moving potatoes and apples to barn and then up to Uncle Richard's threshing after dinner Started to snow after dinner.

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