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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_125.pdf

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Wednesday, August 14

Weather - partly fair - with heavy rain in the afternoon. men drew manure. Douglas ploughed. I went to an instittute meeting 1/2 ml north Stoufville & took Cora ({H.?}) Edith Craig in the afternoon. Mr Reed here at night, norman took him to city, but both came here for the night. Aley & Laura came up & spent the evening with us.

Thursday, August 15

Weather - fair & cool. men (Will & Douglas) shocked grain all day Pat ploughed in the forenoon cut oats in the afternoon. Norman took his father to city in the morning & ploughed in afternoon. Mildred & Dorothy came up in the forenoon. Charlie Hooper shot mr Stephenson dog back in our potatoe patch in the morning. Cora & Charlie here at night for apples Leslie took 1 load baled straw to city.

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