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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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august month 1912.

i got 600 of stook from caregives m fri aug 2nd 1912, at 140 a hundred.

jimmie had her pups on thurs or fri the 1st or 2nd of august 1912.

she had six pups one died.

frank jeffery & august curby had a picnic to linday on sat august 3rd 1912.

hartry picnic over to chalk lake was as held on mom aug 5th 1912.

james m boulsugh father and i cut our hay down to the jeffery ranch on tuesday and stacked it on wednesday 8 good load joe kilpaterrick stacked it.

black hen halchead i chickens on fri august 2nd 1912 up by luke fence.

father put bew rasoh in the bottom of hid hullen in jully month 1912

fred campbell started to.

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