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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June 18, Sat P.M. 1910 June 10, 1912 1059 P.M. Tue June 11, 1912 1.15 P.M. {hr min written above}

No of the plates my photoes are on is 11359 A.R.Ward 289 Yonge st Toronto Bax Will Form Company 2883 College street Toronto Price 35 dl

got them at a drugstore or stationers

got his shoes set on joe's hind feet at {swans} in morn Fri August 23, 1912 price 30ct

I got victor shod to day all around two new shoes on behind and font one's set on wed sept 4th 1912 price $1.00

Sunday July 13, 1913 2.10 oclock P.M.

Rec course on Jan 12, 1914 N. & S.

I got 2 I got 140 lbs of wheat from Alvin Hunter on Monday, Novenmber 3rd 1913, at noon at 18ct a bus.

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