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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wed day & cloudy at Stewarts had head ache wrote letter to H.E.P.

left Port Huron on P A.M train arrived in London at 12 noon met Beat Plastow & had dinner also walked around city. met Florss P. & she showed us through {adioat?} printing companys building also met miss evaus & friend of Beats. left London at 2:05 P.M & arrived home at 5 oclock all safe. October 2 nd 1911. S.E.V

Tuesday doing chores diving doors at hoouse & helping father over at lot in village also took grain to mill & got some chopped paid 10 c drawed out manure & got in corn.

Wednesday doing chores & helping R.A. Thompson bag up turnip very windy all day. lem Wilson was helping at car.

Thursday posted letter & cards started to dig potatoes & sold Jim hodgins one bushel potatoes also put 12 bushel potatoes in cellar.

Friday doing chores digging potatoes in a.m. Rain all the afternoon picked up potatoes in evening

Saturday doing chores banking up around house at Day{ gos?} & picking up apples & potatoes in a.m. afternoon digging potatoes & picking up same through 15 1/2 bushel into cellar.

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