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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Dec 31 Saturday. doing chores. got load of coal 2200 lbs for Father. & drawing up some wood. for him & cutting wood. for furnace.


Jan 1 Sunday. doing chores. Albert's horse to Rockton & had dinner & tea at Plastow's. milder with rain.

Jan 2 Monday. doing chores. helping Mother wash. bot cards & sent same to H.E.P. Polling day Voting on Local Options. 654 for 218 against also Reeve & Deputy Reeve. {written in the margin: X} Jones. & Burgess. X Humphery & sparks.

Jan 3 Tuesday. doing chores. cutting wood & took same into cellar.

Jan 4 Wednesday. doing chores. cutting wood & taking same in cellar.

Jan 5 Thursday. doing chores. had head ache. & not doing much.

Jan 6 Friday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. & working around in general.

Jan 7 Saturday. doing chores. posted letter to H.E.P. & also recv one. drawed load stone for F. Clement in afternoon. down st at night.

Jan 8 Sunday. doing chores. soft & mild went to church in A.M. Albert away. over Sunday.

Jan 9 Monday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. cleaned out furnace pipes

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