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Courtland Olds Diary, 1893


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February WEDNESDAY 1 1893

We have kept on with our usual job of wood cuting in the woods as usual. The weather has continued very cold and disagreeable. Went out to Dover to spend the evening at our ministers. There being a number of others invited besides ourselves. Had an exceedingly pleasant time. Lord think more than ever of our minister and his family

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February THURSDAY 2 1893

Fred and I have been cuting wood in the woods as usual to day . The weather has been very cold and disagreeable to day, a strong N.E. Wind has been blowing, and to night it is snowing. The day has also been cloudy so that {illegible} could not possibly see his shaddow wether this will result in the proverbial mild closeing of Winter remains to be seen.

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