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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Thur Apr 16. Fine and quite warm. Annie here for tea. Mr Lawrence called. also Mrs Clarke.

Fri Apr 17. Fine and very warm.

Sat Apr 18. Fine and warm. Dr Johns called.

Sun Apr 19. Warm with a heavy shower at noon. Annie here for a while. We were at Willies for tea.

Mon Apr 20. Dull with a few light showers. Willie started seeding.

Tue Apr 21. Fine day. I went to Toronto to Willie Cooke.

We Apr 22. Fine day, we washed. Mr Grogan got posession. M. {Pichett?} here.

Thur Apr 23. Fine day, they started on the land. Mr Davidson called.

Fri Apr 24. Fine with cold east wind.

Sat Apr 25. Rained heavily most of the day. Willie and boys called in the evening.

Sun Apr 26. Fine day but dull. Annie, Mick and {Marjrie?} here for tea, Mary here for short time Willie lost the {Cott?}.

Mon Apr 27. Fine but dull. M__ started work at noon. Mr Clarke called. We packed fruit and jars. sold parlor store.

Tue Apr 28. Fine bright day M__ brought mother out for the afternoon. bought house, took up Uncles Carpet.

Wed Apr 29. Raining heavily from the east. then misty in the eve. I called at Willies in eve. packed dishes.

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