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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Saturday doing chores took oats to mill & bot 1 bushel corn. & had oats and corn chopped paid $1.68. S.F.U New letter from H.E.P.

Sunday Easter at home all day. went to church at night rain in morning & snow at night. Della Rose here.

monday cool west wind cleaning up bush & cleaning out berry bushs wrote letter to H.E.P.

Tuesday doing chores posted letter to H.E.P. helping mother wash & carrying water in a.m cutting wood in afternoon.

Wednesday doing chores & fixing around barn working on roof shingling at house in village.

Thursday doing chores working at house in village on roof.

Friday doing chores in a.m working on roof in P.M.

Saturday done chores in morning took early train & went to city. Hamilton done some chopping and went around market went to ms. R Stewards & had dinner & tea & stayed over night.

Sunday drin oh at hamilton visiting at Russell Stewards. mrs H.E.P.

monday had breakfast & dinner at Stewards Hamilton & came home on 2 30 train. very nice day. was around city with H.E.P in morning.

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