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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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August Month 1915

My Net weight Aug 15, was 118 lbs.

I took Ada down to Robert's sat morn August 14, 1915, took two Baskets of apples down to Off? at half-part mine.

I got hair cut on sat Aug 14, 1915.

Reubin Bond house was burned down on Wed at about 3.15 oclock P.M. when it start. They got everything out. On wed Aud 11, 1915

Father moved his threshing outfit down to Frank Stanton Raglan on Wed Aug 11, 1915 Thresh on Fri Aug 13th 1915.

Roberts got there their phone in on monday August 16th 1915. I was down there when they were putting it in.

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