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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily chores Record

Sept 23 Friday. doing chores. tieing up corn. in A.M. F.W.M. away with team. rain. got Geo horse shod. & had a look through. Cornells. & Morrisons houses. F.W.M. cleaning up wheat. 15 {and a half or a ninth}. bags.

Sept 24 Saturday. doing chores. cleaning wheat. cutting wood in shed. rainy most of day. FWM away to Hamilton.

Sept 25 Sunday. doing chores. went to R. & had dinner & tea at H.E.P.s.

Sept 26 Monday. doing chores. took milk to factory. cleaning out potatoe cellar & sweeping dirt out of stables. tieing up corn this P.M. F.W.M. away. drawing wood. the A.M.

Sept 27 Tuesday. doing chores. took milk to Factory. cleaning out root cellar. took 54 bus 15 lbs. wheat to mill. cutting some wood in shed. plowing corn ground next to yard. F.W.M. away putting wood on car.

Sept 28 Wednesday. doing chores. & cutting ear corn finished same. down st at night. wrote letter to H.E.P.

Sept 29 Thursday. doing chores. took milk to factory. then went to office & posted letters. & got mail. setting up & tieing fodder corn finished same. Recv letter from H.E.P.

Sept 30 Friday. doing chores. took milk to factory. & started to dig potatoes.

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