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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_024.pdf

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Oct 6+7 Jack + Marguerite & Baby stayed all night from the M. Fair

14th Jean + Annie Laurie + Art called to see Jean in morning

21st Mrs + Mrs Job & her two sisters called in the afternoon for tea Lorne Dinner Chris Kennedy Douglas Woods Norman Reid Mildred was here from Frid{ay} night.

Nov 29 Douglas + Gertie took Daddy + I to the N. W. Fair it was a beautiful day we enjoyed it very much.

Mr Burt Brown

367 Landsdowne {Ave?}


Mr Harvey Brown

217 Garden Ave


Mr Jas Brown

29 Wood Street


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Alex # 778410

Erons # 778312

Loddie # 778295

Joe #

Mac. #

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