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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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March Month 1910.

SUN 13.

We got a one hore load of cornstalks over to Love Perrish is Fri 11th of mar 1910, his sale was Then 10 of mar 1910 in afternoon That is when we bough the cornstalks Price of them $2.00 We got a load of oat straw from Thomas Harris Sat March 12th 1910 Price of straw $2.00 I drove Miss Effie Smith Prince Albert School Teacher in the cutter to Port Perry Mar 5th 1910 in afternoon. Father & I got a cutting box from Alvin {last name}, a borrowed one Mar 12 th 1910 in afternoon. Our sleighing is Pretty nearly done

SAt 19.

Emmerson & I went to Whitby town and back yesterday Fri 18th 1910 We drove teh buggy the roads were good the other side of Brooklyn and pretty good all the way down it was a fine warm day

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