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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Sunday doing chores drove to R. at night & called at Plastows.

monday doing chores helping R.A Thompson baging Turnip at car all day. 199 bags.

Tuesday doing chores helping R.A.T. load turnip 142 bags.

Wednesday doing chores & helping R.A. thompson to bag up turnips 243

Thursday doing chores & helping R.A.T load Turnips 1/2 day. cutting corn & working around rainy all night. went to harrisburg at night & stayed at Jeans & got Franks suit case.

Friday doing chores fixing at barn. digging post holes in P.M. down street at night & bot groceries.

Saturday took 8-40 Train & went to Port Huron & visited at Stewarts went down town at & To moving picture show Will & Babe along.

Sunday am Will Stewart & I out for walk along river to water works 7 through river side park in P.M. Babe stewart.{ Elmer?} Parent . ms Pirce & I went for walk through cementry to canal & take side Beach.

monday called at alex stewarts drug store & took a look around town also called on David Stewart & saw Tom Stewart.

Tuesday wrote cards & letter done some fixing at house went for walk last block - S. shops & to light H.

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