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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June Month 1909

=== June Mon .7. === I got a pair of forks at T.C. Torman's Port Perry in afternoon, a pair of {best?} ones price $4.00 paid. I got them from milton {mcdermit?}, June 7th 1909. I {took?} mrs Calder to Port Perry to-day. I was playing {baseball?} down in Tommy {Boylon's?} field {too night?}. down by {railroad?} I split some wood for miss {Thorne?} to-day.

=== WED .9. === I was working up at Miss Madden to-day, and yesterday afternoon Tue 8th 1909. putting a cement wall under the house.

=== SAT 12. === Father and I bought a piece of old {force?} from Reubon Bond Thur 10. 1909 for 75-{written in smaller lettering} {illegible} it was a picket fence. Louis Bond and I was down to Port Perry to-night and had a couple dishes of ice cream.

=== Tue 15. === Father and I was working at the building up at the {comer?} {illegible} the {cemetary?} to-day. The {volonteus?} left for the {canuph?} to-day. Charles Haynes & {Russel?} Treebell went to the volunteers to-day.

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