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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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November SUNDAY, 30 (334-31) 1902

{Two lines of words have been scratched out}

Da and Ma up to see {"see" written slanted above "to"} Aunty Gass and over to Grandpa Philp's nice day.

December MONDAY, 1 (335-30)

Da getting ready to kill pigs in forenoon Wat, Percy Uncle Richd here and killed our four pigs and Grandpa's. I came home on noon train from Guelph had a fine time. rather fine day. Old Mr. Sam Noble died in morning.

TUESDAY, 2 (336-29)

Da choring and cutting up the pigs. Uncle Rich'd got one pig. very fine forenoon, but dull afternoon. raining at night.

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