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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_008.pdf

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May 18th Alex Young. With Rodrick John + Newton with the frame of the old cowstall down.

May 4 The boys started the foun-dation of the hen house.

" 24 Put up the frame and Newton went up to the Hill for lumber

" 27 Laura + Norman went to Markham Lane ({word faded; illegible})

June 2nd + 3 Mr Jarvis + his two men were here putting up the frame of the implement shed.

fine day.

June 14 Gertie + Laura went down to {be exford?} to the Institute.

" 15 There were 17 of us went to Colonel Deacon's to the Institute meeting had a nice time.


June 26 John, Della, Dorothy Daddy + Mother motored to Barrie and Belle event.

Monday morning Florence + Katie Craig + Laura motored up to see Marjorie + Jack.

Aug 14th Sunday. Douglas + Gertie John + Isobel Laura Della + Daddy motored up to Meaford

Aug 16 Florence Amos Mrs L{word faded; illegible} {Affie?} + Alfred Amos called


June 12 Mrs Booke Mary Rodrick Mrs Burr Laura + Gertie mother motored to Locust Hill to the East P. W. M. J. all day.

June 11 Newton went to Hospital for Appendicitis

June 25 came home 2 weeks

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