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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914

MaryAgnesCooper_1913-1914_021.pdf

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Sat July 5. Fine but very sultry. Calves out. Uncle in Toronto in the afternoon. Mick went home.

Sun July 6. Fine and very cold. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I at Church. Willies here in the eve.

Mon July 7. Fine and cool. boys here for dinner. folks at Mr. Littles

Tue July 8. x I was in Toronto, a lovely day. Uncle and Aunt Nellie at Thornhill in the evening.

Wed July 9. A thunder storm in the afternoon.

Thur July 10. Fine and very cool. I was at Marys in eve -

Fri July 11. Fine and moderately warm.

Sat July 12. East wind and heavy rain at noon then cleared and bright afternoon. Uncle helping Willie untill rain came.

Sun July 13. Fine and quite cool. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at Church. Aunt Mattie and I at evening Church. Mrs Campbell and children here in the evening.

Mon July 14. Fine and very cool. Uncle at Willies. Cut first hay. Miss Duncan and Mrs Shears called. Auntie called Miss {Langstaffs}

Tue July 15. Fine and moderately warm. Annie here for tea.

Wed July 16. Fine day. We preserved Gooseberries. Picked Cherries.

Thur July 17. Willie here hauling hay. men set up Binder. Uncle and Auntie at Thorn-hill in eve, took Cherries to Marys

Fri July 18. Fine and warm. Uncle at Willies then all came here about three O'clock. to haul in hay. Mrs Little called in the evening.

(Aunt Mattie got a pint of Berries on Sunday eve.

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