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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Aug 19 Friday. doing chores. took milk to factory. 1{62 or 192} lbs. finished plowing field. got some groceries at store. & mail.

Aug 20 Saturday. doing chores. took milk to factory. harrowing fall wheat ground. F.W.M. working at Lucers clover. Recv L. from H.E.P.

Aug 21 Sunday. doing chores. Mother & I to church in morning. I out at night wrote letter to H.E.P.

Aug 22 Monday. doing chores. started to draw in oats. 1 load. raining. cut some wood in shed. went to Rouss mill & got wagon with rack on. helping father put top on cispool {cesspool}. Posted letter to H.E.P.

Aug 23 Tuesday. doing chores. harrowing on fall wheat ground. also cultivating F.W.M. to Austin Mulhollands. threshing. very warm.

Aug 24 Wednesday. doing chores. cultivating fall wheat ground. turning out oats in field. drawed in 3 load hay. & 1 load oats.

Aug 25 Thursday. doing chores. drawing in oats & turning out shocks. Ed. Robinson helping us. all day. AEV. helping in afternoon.

Aug 26 Friday. doing chores. cultivating on fall wheat ground. turning out oats. & drawing in same. Ed. Robinson here in afternoon.

Aug 27 Saturday. doing chores. drawing in oats & finished same. Ed. Robinson here all day.

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