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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1910-1911


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Fine and much milder. Men planting early potatoes got lawn mower home and cut grass first time. got little nickel clock home.

Fine warm day, very dusty. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at church. Aunt M. and I at Fisherville Dr Gilroy {may be 'Dr Gilray'} preached. warm. we sat out all afternoon.

Fine and warm. sitting out. Uncle in Toronto. Annie walked out in the evening for duck eggs.

Fine and warm.

Fine with exception of a couple of little showers. I went to Toronto in dress waist. {'Miss Phillips brought first Rhubarb' written in gap above} Men put in roots.

Fine with a strong warm wind. our people took butter out in the eve. Mrs Clarke and Ida here.

Fine day very high wind warm all week. turning quite cool in the evening. I called at Mr Devlins.

Fine but quite cool. Mrs Teasdale and Clara also Frank and Mr J. here for tea. Lizzie called.

Fine and bright a little cool. Clara and I at {illegible} Uncle, Clara and I at evening church.

Fine but sultry. C. and J called at H. Fishers. C left in eve-

Fine but extremely warm. a little shower in eve.

Dull with a few showers. Aunt Mattie and I in Toronto former got a hat.

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