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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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February Month 1910.

there play. Weather mild, and lots of snow. The play was His Model Wife.

SAT 26.

Dan Christie brought over 360 Ibs of hay Thur Feb 24th 1910 in afternoon at $15.00 a ton price of 260 Ibs $2.70 Took Mother out for a drive yesterday Feb 25th 1910. Emmerson McKay went to Whitby to-day Sat Feb 26th 1910 on the noon train to Dr Warren. The snow is very deep now, bad for turning out. Weather for to-day Mild, and pretty sunny

Mon .28.

{Ors?} Graham was up to see our {Ohorse?} g "Joe" in morning Sunday 27th of Feb 1910. he had a touch of {coln?}. Yesterday sun was very mild raining in morn and at night.

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