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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893_005.pdf

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January 6th. 1892,

Wed 6.

Snow storm from the east fall of snow, 4 to 5 inces. First {slighing?}

Thur, 7,

A beautiful day

Fri, 8,

Another lovely day with light fluries of snow

Sat, 9.

A beautiful day. Fluries of snow

Sun. 10.

Lovely day

Mon 11,

Mostly cloudy, soft wind from the east, having the appearance of a {gawwiny?} thaw.

Tues, 12.

Rain and sleet early in the morning, turning mild, now melting rapidly clearing after night and turning colder.

January 13th, 1892

Wed 13,

Very cold, snowing till noon wind east, dark and cloudy preparing for a storm. Wrote to President Pine River Cheese Factory.

Thur. 14.

A light snow sotrn druing the night previous, and untill day light this morning, the day cloudy raw and cold, lobely moon light at night.

Fri. 15.

A beautiful day, clear and cold. The boys finised drawing wood, the largest pile I ever saw in the yard at once, Wrote to P, W.{ans?} E.

Sat. 16.

Beautiful winters day. lovely sleighing and beautfiul moonlight night.

Sun 17.

A beautiful day, but slightly hazy turning cloudy at night. having the appearance of a sotrm. The last of my wild {oats?} commence on a new page tomorrow.

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