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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday doing chores drawing wood for Jim Hodgins & groceries Pirce. Sold mrs Jim hodgins 1/2 bus potatoes.

Tuesday doing chores working at barn getting lumber for carpenters.

Wednesday doing chores working at barn Sunday School picnic at mohawk Pavb Brantford nice day.

Thusrday doing chores & working at barn miss H.E.P & Beat.P called & had a short talk.

Friday doing chores painting window sash & barn door. F.W.M went to North West.

Saturday doing chores & working at barn. Carpenters finished up job & took tools away. Read letter from H.E.P mother went to Harrisburg.

Sunday doing chores went to church on in a.m. home the rest of day. father drove to Jean & brought mother home very nice day.

monday doing chores cleaning up at barn dug some potatoes & fixed door in roof cellar inter steps. father painting window sash.

Tuesday doing chores drawed out load manure got in corn & mangels went to Tom Hulls & got screen & trowel. screening gravel & took some to barn. fixing cement bottoms in {wangess?}. Pirce payed ms 25 P for drawing goods from station.

Wednesday doing chores painting barn doors picking Pears. & fixing windows.

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