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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_031.pdf

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{The following is written very faintly on what appears to be in inside of the back cover of the diary.}

1927 200

May 20 John got {the rest of the sentence is too faded.}

19.29 april 27. I got the Electric washing machine

{Written upside down, in a darker print that the previous lines are:





June {the previous numbers are written over the date, which appears to be 11 or 19} Charles Jarvis started to work here.


5 1/2



{these three numbers were written upside down}


a farmer bought 125 {hu?} of wheat at 500 {This number was scratched out and written over once or twice.}












April 5 it was very warm and april 6 the water never was as high april 7 was raining and it was Easter Sunday churches were all closed a round here then Monday was cold and Tuesday Morning the ground was covered with snow April 12 was the more like a spring day & evening.

April 14 there was a big thunder storm at night & Monday was very close and hot.

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