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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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August month 1909.

Walter J Bond and his girl miss Ellen Astles came down home Prince Albert from Toronto, sat July 31 1909. down for 2 weeks.

Jack Johnston started to work for my Father to-day, Monday aug 2nd 1909. alsack threshing at Thomas Walch Manchester Mother and I had the 1st new potatoes out of our garden this year 1909 for supper pretty good size.

Thomas Turner and Abe Portous finished putting boards on the celing to-night Mon 2nd of aug 1909.

Fri 13. Emmersson came home for his holidays left the morn august 4 3nd 1909. and came home here wed night aug 4,working at Strathroy

Emmersson and I put down a piece of sidewalk south of house on the roadside august Fri 13 1909 in aftersome.

I got a pair of white summering shoes aug 13th Fri morn.

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