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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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April Month 1910.

Fri .1.

Emmerson and I went to Toronto March 25th 1910 and I came home Mar 30th on Wed night Emmerson got a job up there with Sheldon on Queen St East. So he came home on Monday March 28 1910 and came back the same day. He started with mr Sheridan Tuesday Mar 29th 1910 afternoon He got a room at 100 Seaton St in with Oliver Bradley Father and I was back to the White farm back north this afternoon April 1 st 1910

Tue 5

William Perrish and Jennie Pile got married Sat 2nd of April 1910. in afternoon at her own home at Prince Albert I finished ploughing our garden this morning April 5 th 1910 and {Rarrowed?} it.

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