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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_025.pdf

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1927 Sunday visitors + callers

Aug. 7 Douglas & Gertie afternoon

“ 14 Marguerite for dinner

“ 21st Jack + Marguerite called

Oct, 23rd Marian Evans Sat + Sun

Nov, 4 Bob Thompson tea

{A business card was left in the middle of the page and covers the remaining entries.}

“ 11 tea

“ 18 {d}inner

March 25 & Ma

1928. down

ed nearly


{The business card has an image in the top left corner, in a circle. A hand is holding cloth up to a spool of thread. In small letters it reads: It GRIPS as it ZIPS. The business card reads: THE LINE THAT NEEDS NO CLOTHES PINS. Sales Agent


Gormley, Ont.


517 Bayview Ave.

MO. 7562 - Toronto}

1928 May 1st Planted some potatoes







56.70 {under the number 7 was previously written the number 6.}




Meat Brine

Salt the meat put in barrels let stand a day or so. Make brine

to each pail water add 4 lbs Rocks salt

1 ounce salt peter

1 pound Brown sugar

Boil & let cool then pour over meat be sure to cover well.

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