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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June Month 1909

=== WED 2 === Mother and I was over to Solomon Wilson our Landlord Tuesday June .1. 1909 to see what he was going to do about the {arrowing pointing to words in smaller lettering overhead} {fixing?} the place. I finished {pentting?} strawberry in to-day that I got from Thomas Turner.

=== Thur .3. === I finished planting the {gardin?} to-day, it was beans. The longest day of the year is June 21st. The lone shortest day is 21 st of December. The eclipse of the moon was tonight at about 9 o'clock. P.M. I was down to a Band concert which was held in the town hall Port Perry Wed 2. of June 1909. "Aunt Dinahs Pledge." was part of the {haogram?} mother was there too, and mrs Roe and mrs I {meals?}.

=== Fri 4 === I drew our lumber for our {threashing?} machine building from Carnegie to-day it cost for cutting it $1.86. I paid it the day I got it.

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