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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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July Month 1909

{Written above line of entry} === July === Jennie Medd the second lady.

=== Mon 12. === I was to the {Orangemon's?} walk to-day the 12th of July 1909. big crowd. The 34th segment {written in samller lettering above} {band?} of Whitty played. There was a baseball match {between?} Uxbridge and Port Perry {Jr?} score 2 to 4 in favor of Uxbridge. Harley Graham got his {thrown?} {broke?}. weather mostly fair rained early in morn.

=== Tue 20 === We finished cement sidewalk for 1909 July 20th 09, put it as far as Mr Harty big gate, a few feet past. When we finished Mr Hayes got up in the waggon that was on the side of the road and made a little {spuch?}.

=== Wed Mon .26. === Father & I got the engine to gather, and lit a fire in her and tryed her, and she worked fine, a little Tight.

=== Thur 28 === Prince Albert Garden Party was in the church yard, they had a quite a large

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