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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1911. Daily Record.


June 1 Thursday. doing chores. cleaning out garden. & helping carpenters to hoist rafters on barn. & cleaning up yard in front of. barn.

June 2 Friday. doing chores. cleaning up at barn. rainy this afternoon.

June 3 Saturday. doing chores. making box for oat-bin. got up team. & harrowed lawn & Father sowed grass seed. Recv letter from H.E.P.

June 4 Sunday. doing chores. went to church. in A.M. Rev Mr Bell preached. no service at night. rainy. at night. home all day.

June 5 Monday. brought some oats from granery {granary} on farm. got some grain chopped. at mill. Paid 36 {cents}. also got some started plates. for roofing on new barn. plowing & scraping & filling in new barn.

June 6 Tuesday. doing chores. filling in drive way. at barn. wrote letter to H.E.P.

June 7 Wednesday. doing chores. filling in drive way at barn.

June 8 Thursday. doing chores. hoeing mangels. drove to R {Rockton}. & had talk with H.E.P.

June 9 Friday. doing chores. drawing lumber. from Rouses mill. rainy in P.M.

June 10 Saturday. doing chores. drawing lumber to Rouses mill. & home again. cultivating. in orchard. down St. at night.

June 11 Sunday. doing chores. went to church in morning Miss S.A.P {Patterson} in town. went to church at night. & for walk with S. A. Patterson. after church.

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