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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Mon Dec 14, Aunt Nellie went to Aunt Lizzies. Mother and Annie here for tea. Mr Lawrence called gas bad. A dreadful wind blowing snow.

Tue Dec 15. Cold and windy. Doctor here. and we went to Mothers on account of gas.

Wed Dec 16. Very cold. I was here most of the day.

Thur Dec 17 Fine but cold. Aunt Nellie came home. Dr Campbell came over to the house here.

Fri Dec 18. Fine but cold. Annie and I at Concord Christmas tree and entertainment.

Sat Dec 19. Snowed heavily then cleared at noon. the cutters out.

Sun Dec 20. Fine bright day. Aunt Nellie at church. I went in the evening. came a lot of snow in night

Mon Dec 21. A cold blustery wind. blowing tracks full. I went to Toronto called to see Aunt Nancy

Tue Dec 22. A dreadful wind, men fixing chimney

Wed Dec 23. Very cold but calm. I called at Mrs Lawrence in the eve.

Thur Dec 24. Fine but very cold

Fri Dec 25. Christmas Day. 10' below zero in some places {toronto}, coldest since 1851. Skating Rink opened

Sat Dec 26. Fine bright day. We came home. I went to the Rink in the evening

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