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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867


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APRIL, FRIDAY 5, 1867.

A stormy day. rained most all night. Snow. and wind to-day. Not vey cold. Mr. Radford's have moved. Baking cleaning, churning &c to-day Several calls during the day. and the Miller boys have spent the Evening here some music, pop corn &c.


{Dora writing} Dora Clara and I had compony to-day. his nane was Clarence Clark. and we had had a nice time. Dora L. Goble.

{Rosaltha writing} Mrs & Mrs Clark to dinner Alonzo went to Woodstock here to tea. A. Scott much better

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