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Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Baker Diary, 1914-1918

Mary Elizabeth (Minnie) Baker handwritten 1914-18 10.pdf

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6. All went at night. M & G went to Union.

7. Labor Day. Bernice and I came to Dunbayne in afternoon. Fine but cool.

8. Fine but very cool. Choir practice.

9. Fine and very cool. Cora and I went to Mrs. McKnights for tea.

10. Fine cool. League.

11. " Choir practice.

12. " Saw an areoplane last night.

13. Went to Alymer with Mr. G. Gillott. Went to bed sick with a cold.

14. Fine day. Choir practice

15. Fine and warm.

16. " " Went to Mrs. Roberts and stayed all night.

17. Fine and hot. Corn roast in Mr. Kents' flats at the League.

18. Fine & hot. Went to Fern's for tea and then choir practice.

19. Fine. Mable and George called on their way to Mrs. Bloor's {illegible} church for Harvest Home. Went to town at night with Mr. & Mrs. McKnight.

20. Fine and very warm. Church in morning. Grant Van Slyke preached. Went to Bernice Whites for dinner. Church at 2.30. Mr. Miles preached. Mrs. Emerson Brown's for tea. Church 7.30. Mr. Daniels preached.

21. Fine. Tea meeting at night. Splendid crowds and good time. Made about $44.

22. Fine and very hot. Rain and thunderstorms at night.

23. Rainy much cooler. Rain at night.

24. Clearing. Quite cool.

25. Fine and cool. Choir practice.

26. Fine. cool. Went to Mrs. Gordon Gillotts at noon.

27. Rainy forenoon but clearing. Went to Mrs. Whites in afternoon for a little while. Mr. Gillott brought me to church at night. Very cool. Quite heavy frost.

28. Fine & cold. Gets warmer.

29. Fine and much warmer.

30. Fine and warm. Went

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