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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Tuesday doing chores not very well colder with west wind.

Wednesday not very well wrote letter to H.E.P.

Thursday done chores & Tinkering around house not feeling very well

Friday doing chores & around house not doing much

Saturday doing chores went to office & got mail.

Sunday doing chores went to church in morning home the rest of day reading & wrote letter.

monday doing chores had bad head ache & sick at stomach wrote letter to H.E.P.

Tuesday doing chores & got mangels from pit took all out of pit & put some in cellar. Ready Paultor buried to day.

Wednesday wrote note to H.E.P & Posted some went out to Rawes mill for window frame also took sleigh out.

Thursday doing chores & working around in a.m drove to Rockton in afternoon & called at H.E.P & had tea H.E.P not very well. mrs Plastaw sick with cold & S.F.P used up with between ribs. very cold & drifting.

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