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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_077.pdf

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Thursday, May 16

Weather, strong cold N. W. winds with some snow flurries. Men just did odd jobs all day cutting wood down drawing loom for flower beds etc. Gertie cleaned kitchen to-day. Operated on Mrs R. L. Stiver to-day. John went away to-day with Jim Russel on a fishing trip. Less took 2 ton baled hay down to city. On account of strong wind men did not go to Mr Pratts to bale. Norman planted flower seeds in small barrels to-night.

Friday, May 17

Weather - fine day. Pat + Norman went over to bale at Mr Pratts. Garfield took his departure this a.m. Leslie took load hay to city. Douglas went on south trip in afternoon for Les. Norman discked mangle ground. D N + I went to Markham at night. I stayed with Auntie + got a flower. Marguerite very sick to-night.

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