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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_066.pdf

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July Month 1910.

Thur 28

Fred got 50¢ worth of beef this morn from Ed Balfaur to-day July 28 1910. We finished haying tues day July 28 1910 in afternoon.

Fri .29.

I got Fred Balnap a pair of tan boots on Saturday July 23rd 1910. Price $2.15. Father started to thresh alsack on Thur July 28th 1910 at Johnnie McClintock on Lusher St South. and then we moved to William Parrish Fred was on the 2nd day July 29. 1910. I drew one load of gravel to Prince Albert nearly opposite Mrs Peats from J. Rose gravel pit Fri July 29, 1910. Fred Balmap was with me and it started to

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