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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1902-1903


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Wed Jan 1st New Years Day, Fine day, and quiet mild, very little snow, but quiet a number of cutters out.

Thurs Jan 2nd Fine day and mild, sold the pigs, mine sold for $5.

Fri Jan 3rd Fine day, we were at home all-day.

Sat Jan 4th Fine and much colder, Uncle took aunt Mattie out to call on Mrs Gibson,

Sun Jan 5th Fine day, quiet mild, Uncle and Aunt Nellie at Church, I went to Fisherville, and we were all at Willie's for tea,

Mon Jan 6th Fine day. Mr and Mrs Keys also Mr and Mrs Keller and family here for tea,

Tue Jan 7th Fine day, I got my new blouse home, We went We went out to John Books to tea,

Wed Jan 8th Snowed very wet all afternoon, Eleiu Frisdalu and Armie Guoper here for tea. Uncle brought Margaret Brooks out. We went to Prayer meeting. fine evening.

Thurs Jan 9th Fine and mild, Sleighing quiet good, now again. We went for a sleigh ride down to Mrs Johnsons then Aunt Nellie and M. stayed at Pa's for tea,

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