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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Friday doing chores took milk to factory & hoeing potatoes & corn. cultivating got hair cut. Bot bread.

Saturday doing chores took milk to factory & hoeing corn. new letter from H.E.P. very nice day warm. H.E.P. to Guelph.

Sunday doing chores at home all day. Frank & Jean came down & mr. Young took Picture of family. nice day.

monday doing chores hoeing corn & put barb wire on fence in lane. Read card from Bersie.

Tuesday doing chores hoeing corn.

Wednesday finished hoeing corn & started to cultivate mangels.

Thursday doing chores cultivating mangels & potatoes went to Hamilton at noon Train & to Rockton at night & set up with H.E.P she being sick.

Friday doing chores helping to get ready for social went to Park in afternoon & helped in Booth.

Saturday doing chores Thining Turnips down st at night & got laundry. 12c.

Sunday doing chores. Home all day but went to R. to see H.E.P. at night she being in bed sick.

monday doing chores Thining Turnips cutting weeds & Thisltes sharpening mover? knife cultivating corn. settled up with F.W.M. to date for milk check. $13.73.

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