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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

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December THURSDAY, 18 (352-13) 1902

Da and Herb choring in forenoon Da at Mr. Mc Ewing's threshing in afternoon. I got Mark shod in forenoon. very fine day. rather soft about Miss North and her noon. father here for dinner {"noon" came after "about" and "Miss North and her" was written after "noon" was written. "father" is written on a down slant towards the line below where the sentence continues "here for dinner"}

FRIDAY, 19 (353-12)

Herb. choring all day. Da at Mr. McEwing's threshing till two o'clock then went to I. Hilborn. Ma at Drayton in afternoon fine day rather soft.

SATURDAY, 20 (354-11)

Herb. choring all day. Da at I Hilborn threshing. We children at Drayton in afternoon. Geo. brought Miss Duncan here to-night. very raw day rather misty in forenoon, but turned to sleet in afternoon.

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