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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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february month 1912

june 27 father bought a couple of awesome of bees over to mr stone's sale manchules on monday february 26th 1912 in aftrer mom a very stromy afternoon

mr treveston bought a con fer $37.00 over there too.

Father fred took some grain down to the mill and got to bag of com ground tpp on monday februaru 26th 1912.

mon mar 4 father fred got a little over a half a double coud of limit wood maple over to miss phive; on thursday feb 29 of 1912 and the other half of the cold on fri mar 1st 1912

father fired went over to stone to get over bee hives and pay for the bus he bought on thursday afternoon feb 29th 1912

father bought a scoup at rundkes sale port perry fri mar 1st 1912 price 45lb

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