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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1915

MaryAgnesCooper_1915_016.pdf

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Sat Apr 24. Fine and very, very warm. M. Watson and I went for a walk and got Cedar trees. Aunt Mattie and I walked up to A. Pearsons in ere.

Sun Apr 25. Fine but extremely wam. Aunt Nellie at Church.

setting on Verasdeh Willie and Mo The wall of Partition {paper insert: The wall of Partition (Threw Barclay} connie Range out. a terrific storm {paper insert continues: Rodney. -Midge -Bully -Rand M- very much} e out. very to {second paper insert: 1915 Real} then have a gnarred and are suparnated for 10 yes Ro goes away when the mart to Madge who is a widow- She knows + he does not until they meet later on at first he will not forgive although his love is still great. bab did not like very dianred Bullys wife Lady Valina dies Suddenly. and out last Bodds funds out ha cannot like without on edge so comes to hav a again and they are mairn out for a walk put up Fri Apr 30 Dull ans Mrs Clar Sat May I. May D very cool. Charles d Herbie for the afternoon. F. Teasdales Dalle.a the door with Liliac. rook.

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