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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_175.pdf

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Tuesday november 12

weather-dull & rather warm.

men ploughed all day.Chopped feed for a while after dinner.

katie craig come up at noon for some ice,but had none.

Isabel and I spent the day doing fancy work etc.

Jack brought,mother,Marguerite and Doreen here to-night.

norman went to the dis tonight.

45 eggs

Wednesday november 13

weather-rained most of forenoon and dull all afternoon.

men chored etc in forenoon (picked up apples)

ploughed all afternoon.

John up in forenoon,girls drove up in the afternoon,mother went home with them.

Isobel,marguerite and doreen went over to isobels home at night while john was at preparatory service.

I rode down with norman.

Quite a number present.

Leslie came home to-night.

45 eggs.

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