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Laura Robinson/Sills Diary, 1919

Laura Robinson Sills Diary, 1919_003.pdf

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January 1919

1st Wed New Years Day. Mild. I was {illegible} Alex up to the house to get {illegible} & they finished straightening {illegible}{Illegible} all {illegible}

2nd Thur. Fine. Baked bread. Over to Mrs Sills in afternoon to Guild.

3rd Fri. Stormed a little. Wilfred {illegible} on his way to the {illegible}, we went to Bath in afternoon.

4th Sat. Bright & cold. At {illegible}. Alex doing chores. {Illegible} nearly all day.

5th Sun. Very cold. Bright. I went to church in A.M. with Sills as Elizabeth has a cold. {Illegible} in afternoon. H. Sills here in eve.

6th Mon. Cold. Blustery. I washed. Alex went out to vote. Father went with {illegible} {John Smiths?} got {illegible} Alex {illegible} his {illegible}.

7th Tues. Stormy. Wilfrid {illegible} cut wood. {Illegible} went {illegible} Alex to Bath in afternoon to get {illegible}.

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