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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_023.pdf

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Nov, 17th 1926

Laura had her tonsils out she went to St. John’s Hospital came home on the 19th {$}60.00

1929 April 27 got {Clecher? Brand name?} thresher

May 29 got the chickens

July 16 Dorothy went to Grimsby Beach with the {Rer.?} Woods

“ returned


March 30 Ma & Daddy were up at Gerties with the new driver, it was a lovely day. Mar, 31 we had one of the worst storm in many years it snowed & rained all day over lit up. and April 1 it snowed nearly all day it did not rain turning colder at night. The 3rd it snowed all day and at night the wind was very high. The 4th was Easter Sun, it was a lovely day Easter Mon, it snowed all fore noon the afternoon was very nice

April 7th Mrs Hugh Leaf died, was buried on the 9th it was a lovely day the water was {winning?} all over the road up to the bridge.

April 14 John + Ma drove over to see Marguerite in the fore-noon she was sick with the Flu. In the after-noon Mr. W. H. Brown {Sentence is cut off by end of the page}

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