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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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May Month 1910.

I got 72 Ibs of buckwheat from Alvin Hunter Sat May 21th 1910 Father and Irwin Johnston went down to move the Matheson engine down near Ashburn to-day May 25, 1910. but they did not move it very far.

May 22

{illegible} by Fred {curly bracket extending from margin to surround the section of normal text after "May 24" H2}

May 24

Father, Emmerson & I went back to the {Hhete?} farm and took a stroll around Dad & I went over to teh {Hhete?} farm again and drove out a herd of cattle ofut the oat field.

May 23

Emmerson & I went down to PortPerry. Emmersongothis hair cut.

May 25.

I saw Halleys comet from our house at Prince Albert Ontario. at 9.30 P.M. (1910) I saw Halleys Comet from our home Prince Albert Ontario at 9.30 P.M. WED night May 25, 1910. in the West it was pretty bright

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