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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Tue June 10. FIne bright and warmer. I went to Marys in the evening.

Wed June 11. Fine and warm. Uncle in Toronto. Mr and Mrs Breakey called in the evening. Mr Teasdale died.

Thur June 12. Fine and moderately warm. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Weston. Mrs Little and Victor called in the afternoon.

Fri June 13. Fine but warm. Aunt Nellie at the Dentists Aunt Mattie at W.A. at Mrs Breakeys.

Sat June 14 {underlined 14 written above the 14 after 'June'} Fine and warm very dusty. Uncle and I at Mr Teasdales funeral. Mr and Mrs Keffer here for tea.

Sun June 15. A little shower then warm. John Milne called. We went to Willies for tea.

Mon June 16 Very, very warm. Men in barn yard. Aunt Nellie at Marys in eve.

Tue June 17. Cooler with high wind. 87 chickens hatched out

Wed June 18. Fine and very cool. Aunt Mattie and I in Toronto got white dress. $7.50 we called to see Mrs McElroy.

Thur June 19. A few showers. Aunt Nellie in Toronto.

Fri June 20. A few showers. Uncle in Toronto

Sat June 21. Fine and cool. David and Marion here all day. got Mower out.

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