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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1915


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Mon June 14. Fine and quite cool and windy. a little shower at night.

Tue June 15. Dull and cool. Aunt Mattie, Mary Watson and I out for a walk.

Wed June 16. Fine day, windy. Aunt Nellie at Willies in afternoon.

Thur June 17. Fine and cool. Mother here for tea and Aunt Nellie stayed with her all night. Annie away. Aunt Mattie and I at Miss Bowes in eve.

Fri June 18. Cool east wind. I went to Mrs. Johns bandage rolling. Annie here in the eve.

Sat June 19. A good rain last eve, then cleared and a terrific east wind, fine in eve. for our Pic-nic, Aunt Nellie and I went. Proceeds $155 (105 clear. {illegible}

Sun June 20. Fine bright day. Aunt Nellie and I at Church. Aunt Mattie and I went for a walk. Mick here for while. John Cook and Alice here for tea. All went to Church.

Mon June 21. Fine day. cool. Auntie and I at the Doctor's in the evening.

Tue June 22. Very cool and windy. Aunt Nellie at Red Cross meeting. Aunt Mattie and I called at Mrs Smellies {illegible?}

Wed June 23. A dreadful cold wind all day. I covered plants in case of frost, but do not think any here.

Thur June 24. Fine bright day. I walked to Willies for a short time.

Fri June 25. Fine and warmer. Mother and Annie called. Aunt M. called at M. Chapmans.

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