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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_199.pdf

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Weather - fair & cool.

Norman went over home frenoon returning in afternoon at chore time. Newton up in up in afternoon at chore time. Nestor up in frenoon. I chert here at noon with two fees and they bought Billy (horse).

Douglar attended the nomination at unimimile in afternoon a good crowd. Will came home at night.

Pat killed old goose & picked her in the morning.

I washed storm windows in afternoon ha ha.

Weather - bright & mild.

Douglar & Dorman went over to Charlie. Boyotins to take for the day. C.Hopin took our milk to corner for us. Dorothy come up in morning to help me, but went home in afternoon. Ruby firth up for milk. Had to separate to night.

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