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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Sat July 19. Fine and warm. Auntie Nellie in Toronto. George here helping.

Sun July 20. Fine with exception of a few drops. We lost three more chickens. I went to Concord. The Bales and Breakeys here to tea.

Mon July 21. Fine and moderately warm. Willie here finished hay all but rakings. picked Cherries

Tue July 22. Fine day. did Black Currants. Uncle at Willies this afternoon. hauling hay. at Thornhill in the eve with butter.

Wed July 23. Fine day and cool. Uncle at Willies in afternoon.

Thur July 24. Fine, very dry. turned cold at night. Ida Clarke here in the evening. picked Cherries.

Fri July 25. Fine and cool. Uncle at Willies. I called to see Mrs {Smllie}

Sat July 26. Fine and moderately warm. David Smellie and George here.

Sun July 27. Fine and very, very warm. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I at Church. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at the Methodist Church. I went to our own. came thunder but only a little shower at night, but not to do any good.

Mon July 28. Fine and very warm. Uncle helped Willie to finish Haying.

Tue July 29. Fine and very warm, and dry. Uncle and I at Lansing in the evening.

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