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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.


Dec 19 20 Monday. doing chores. cutting some wood in shed. helped to take tank to attic.

Dec 20 Tuesday. doing chores. went to Hamilton Mrs Jane Heath & Miss H.E.P. also went along. came home on. 4-20 train

Dec 21 Wednesday. doing chores. drawing in fodder corn. & cutting feed. 2 1/2 hours.

Dec 22 Thursday. doing chores. drawing up wood from woods. & cutting some furnace wood.

Dec 23 Friday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. went to Robins & sold basket onions & bot 3 loves bread. & candy. W.I. Bate come here to-day.

Dec 24 Saturday. doing chores. stormy. cutting wood in shed. F.W.M. away to city.

Dec 25 Sunday. Xmas day. doing chores. Frank & Jean. & children here. also Will & Cora. also Albert & Carrie & family. & F.W.M. I drove to R {Rockton}. in evening & went to League with H.E.P.

Dec 26 Monday. doing chores. cutting some wood in shed. more snow!

Dec 27 Tuesday. doing chores. cutting wood & Jean & I putting up blinds in new house. R. Jones. leading tank D Will & Cora went home on early train 7-15 AM.

Dec 28 Wednesday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. snow storm.

Dec 29 Thursday. doing chores. cutting some wood in shed

Dec 30 Friday. doing chores. & working around in general.

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