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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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January Month 1910.

They left here here wed A.M. from P.A. took the 7.30 oclock train. Emmerson sent Lydia Roberts a present, it was a bracelet Jan 8 th 1910 sat nom. I was down to the Port Perry horse races to-day P.M. last day to-day Jan 7/1910 the fastest heat for this year 1910 was 2.16 1/2 sec That going some "Large crowd" "not very cold." "Pretty good horses." Good sleighing

Fri 14.

Father and I ground Oats and buckwheat, and 2 bushels of wheat for ourselves for flour and one bus for Lou's Bond, Thur Jan 13/10 P.M.

Mon 24.

Father and Emmerson went down to Whitby to see Dr Warren. Went down on the 12.15 train and came back on the 3.30 train. Dr Warren said Emmerson had Bright Decease.

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