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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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Month of November 1909.

and a sandwich, and {saw?} fruit of apples and pears. They made something over $6.00 addmission to get in 10 ct I went down with Louis Bond. Father got a pair of Legging down to Port Perry yesterday now 18 th 1909. Price $1.75

Mon 22.

WE WERE Thheashing at Samson Vickery to-day mon the 22 nd 1909 started at about quarter of hr seven threash about half an hour and it started to rain and freaze and the trees adn fence and everything was covered in ice it rained most all day. It broke a lot of limbs of trees a very bad storm. The ice stayed on the trees for about 3 or 4 days

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