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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Tuesday doing chores & tinkering around helping to House clean & wrote letter to H.E.P 107. { st?}

Wednesday doing chpres helping mother to house clean went to Jae Archers son & got mangels. & started to more tool box. Father burning brush in orchard. wrote card to H.E.P.

Thursday doing chores & making tool box. rain through the night. Father away to Harrisburg & stayed over night got Geohorse sled.

Friday doing chores & working around.

Saturday doing chores. & cutting wood in a.m had headache in afternoon.

Sunday at the funeral of Hugh Taylar in forenoon also went to church at night & met S.A.P after church & went for walk. wrote to H.E.P.

monday doing chores helping to wash and tinkering around.

Tuesday mothers Birthday . Jean and children came down. cutting wood. New letter from H.E.P city.

Wednesday doing chores & cutting wood very windy all day,

Thursday doing chores & cutting wood & getting ready to ground of {braile?} hen house. & helping warll Kelly at woods.

Friday doing chores drowing out {mamws?} and plowing lot for day. of Paid from Wilson for bag of oats $1.50.

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