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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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March month 1912

Sat .1. father bought a new williams "sewing machine" down at Bustone sale borella for $2.00 mar 2st 1912.

a very heavy snowstorm on march 15- 1912

wed 20. father sold his sawing machine to m malesom of for $25.00 on sat mar 9th 1912.

our ayrshine cow came in in the 5th of mar 1912 the in mom he went over the hocks.

father I was to boystone sale on the town line tue mar. 19, 1912.

father i was to o said i rain sale on wed mar 13, 1912 bought ten bags at 11th and travel for 10ct

Thomaiin jeffery left P.A for the lowest on sat 16. 1912 fred edith oda jeffrey good-bye at the week 1 1/4 this side of brooklyn.

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