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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_198.pdf

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Saturday, December 28

Weather - Cloudy & mild with light showers. Mother & I went to city with Douglas, Mr Cummingham rode to Thornhill with us. got picture for {Dett?} to-day, also 1Dg (14) towels & 3 Dg handkerchiefs for the range orphange norman alone to-day. Walter Craig was up in afternoon. Produce - {list} 30 Dg eggs 33 pts cream 3 ducks 1 goose 8. bus apples. {list end} Pat won african gander at store at night in the ripple for 204. held m

Sunday, December 29

Weather - Some Sunshine, mild turning colder at night. Douglas took me down to S.S. hut he came home on account of boils on his neck, I Walked up after S.S. and did not stay for church. norman away for day. Cora Hooper & Eileen Pratt here in afternoon. Spent evening at home reading etc. 70 eggs to-day. held milk to-day.

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