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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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February Month 1910

Prince Albert Dramatic Club went to Myrtle last night Feb 4. 1910 the play was "His model wife" They made about $90.00

Feb .7.

I got my hair cut Fri Feb 4. 1910. afternoon.

Mon 21.

Father and I went to Toronto Tuesday February 15th 1910 on teh morning train, and we bought a horse Friday 18th 1910 in afternoon left him there all night, and came to Whitevale Saturday afternoon to Uncle Fred McKay, and left Whitevale for home Sunday. Feb 20th 1910. arrived home about quarter after in P.M. bought him at the {Respoirtory?} on Nelson {at?} Toronto. Price 62 $62.50 {horizontal line drawn across the page excluding left margin} Prince Albert Dramatic Club left for Greenbank to-night Mon 21/1910 to give

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