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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1910-1911


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Fine and very warm.

Fine and very warm, planted cucumbers. beans.

Warm all day terrific thunder storm in evening about ten. struck Mr Walnut tree.

Fine but extremely warm with a damp air. Mr and Mrs {illegible} here to spend the day. I went to Concord in eve- Dr Routley preached.

Fine but extremely warm. washed blankets.

Fine and a little cooler. Aunt Lizzie and {illegible} here to spend the day.

Fine and cool a delightful day. we all spent at Thorn hill.

Fine day and cool.

Fine and cool. Mick putting in his garden, Uncle brought Mother and the girls out. Mary and Marjorie here for tea. F. Johnson started.

Fine and warmer. I called at Mr Devlins

Fine but very warm and dustry. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I at church. Willie here for tea. turned cool at night.

Fine and very cool. I went to Toronto. called to see Aunt Nancy. had tea at Mothers. started Manure.

Fine and mild. Jim Wise here this week.

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