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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Thursday doing chores fixing horse stable. putting glass in sash but window in barn stable & fixing around barn.

Friday doing chores cleaning up around barn David Woodworth objected to BV takeing plank & lumber away from farm.

Saturday doing chores & doing odd jobs around rain a little read letter from H.E.P.

Sunday doing chores drove to R. in afternoon & had tea at H.E.Ps.

monday doing chores helping to wash & doing odd jobs around Read letter from S.A. Patterson

Tuesday took grain to mill & got some chopped. sold mrs Hodgins 1 bushel potatoes $1.00 helping R.Q Thompson to bag up Turnip 1/2 day.

Wednesday went to Toronto & at fair. miss H.E.P went with me & met S.A.P at {catons?} store.

Thursday doing chores helped R.Q Thompson to bag up turnip Read cash $ 2.25.

Friday doing chores drawing up wood from woods.

Saturday doing chores while washing stable & hen house. started to help R.Q Thompson to bag Turnip. 11 o clock a.m. & worked till six. 6 hours at 15-90.

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