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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June Month 1909

{Written above line of entry} === June === Balfour said they would have {ran?} over Frank {Rumelle?} if he hadn't of {illegible} them. they {then?} around again and went to Port Perry. It was {meonserous?} for a little while. This acciddent {cured?} set June 19, 1909 at about 3.P.M.

=== June 24. === I got a square table up at {hed?} Vernon sale yesterday June 23 in afternoon. Harty bought it and he did not want it so he {ask?} me if I wanted it, I took it for the same as he gave for it 30 {in smaller lettering beside it, cent symbol?} The excursion to Gueplh was June 23rd 1909 and come back the 24 th {gord?} for 2 days. Father went to Guelph from our family June 23rd 1909.

July 6

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