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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Sun Dec 27./ Fine and moderately cold. Willie also Annie called miss Seager, called, and Mrs Richardson and Clarkes in the even I went to church.

Mon Dec 28./ Fine and much milder. Dr Johns called, Mrs Peebles and Miss Edey called. Pump thawed, got geese. 16 cts lb.

Tue Dec 29/ Mild with heavy snow, turning to rain. I went to Church in the evening when prizes were awarded. Nelson and Mrs. Smellie here in eve

Wed Dec 30/. Fine and a little frozen, sleighing good. {name?} and Fanny Bowes called, also {Armie?} and Lizzie.

Thus Dec 31. Fine bright day, all frozen hard. quite a hard frosty night. but very clear and mooonlight.

End of year. 1914.

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