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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

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December WEDNESDAY, 24 (358-7) 1902

Da at Wilmots {s is crossed out} Drury's threshing till noon. Then machine moved to Burrow's. Da and Herb getting ready to thresh, in afternoon. Ma, Olive & Brock at Drayton afternoon. Heavy fall of snow at night, but rather soft

THURSDAY, 25 (359-6)

Christmas Day. Da choring. We children at Grandma's for dinner. Uncle Jim came home on noon train. Ma left about two o'clock to drive to Palmerston, she was to get Miss Duncan at her Uncle's on the way up. Gone to concert. very fine bright day. ground covered with snow

FRIDAY, 26 (360-5)

Da at Mr. Burrows threshing till about 4 o'clock. Herb. there in afternoon. machine moved here. Ma arrived home about twelve at noon. rather stormy all day.

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