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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1915


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Thur. Oct 28. Fine bright day, a little colder. girls called in the afternoon

Fri Oct 29. Fine untill evening it came a little shower. I went to Bandage Rolling at mrs Halls.

Sat Oct 30. Fine but cold wind. Annie called in eve.

Sun Oct 31. Fine bright day. Aunt Nellie at morning Church. Aunt Mattie and I for a walk. we all went to evening church.

Mon Nov 1. Fine day and warm. Arthur and Charlie Appelbe called. I was out for a walk. Mrs Milne dead.

Tue Nov 2. Fine mild day. Aunt Mattie Nellie went to Toronto. called at Mr Milne. and stayed at Aunt Lizzies.

Wed Nov 3. Fine and cooler. Aunt Nellie came home.

Thur Nov 4. Rained steadily most of the day. I called at Miss Mundeys in the evening to have skirt fitted.

Friday Nov 5. Fine but cold wind. I went to Bandage rolling at mrs Boyles. Lizzie called in eve.

Sat Nov 6. Fine but cool. Aunt Mattie and I at Mary Watsons in the eve.

Sun Nov 7. Fine bright day. Aunt Nellie and I at morning Church. Aunt Mattie and I took a walk to the Bungalow riuns after the fire. George Dean and John Wilson here in afternoon. We went to evening Church. Aunt Mattie and I.

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