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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_106.pdf

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Wednesday, July 10

Weather - lovely day rather cool at night.


Douglas took Laura & I over to McQuays about 330 in afternoon to help with getting ready for the strawberries festival. Keswick Institutes put on the play "The old flag" had a splendid crowd. Gate receipts about $160.00

Thursday, July 11

Weather - fair warmer

Men Norman Douglas hoed in morning Will harrowed summer fallow.

Pat helped to look for white ducks in morning, found them down the bank. Will, Norman, Douglas drew in four loads hay in afternoon. Pat started cutting sweet clover for silo in afternoon. Laura brought Marian, baby, Doreen and Marguerite up for a short visit. (in John's car.) Norman & I went down to McQuays to help clean up. Douglas went to Richmond Hill for repairs.

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