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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Saturday doing chores cultivating in orchard & garden went to Baseball.

Sunday doing chores & went to church morning & evening.

Monday doing chores cultivating for Wm. Robins in a.m. & working around in generakl.

Tuesday doing chores & working at hen house plowing in orchard.

Wednesday doing chores & working at hen house putting up wire fence & drove to R. & fixed side boards for H.E.P.

Thursday doing chores & working at hen house Plastering. I also bought 4 shares of Wireless marconi Telegraph company stock at $12.50 a share & paid cash in full for same to Dr F.F Turner. 86 couen ave. toronto, long distance phone, Park 3975.

Friday doing chores cultivating plastering hen house & house were day go lines fixing fence.

saturday doing chores cultivating in orchard & making out care ground. had headache in P.M. Read letter from H.E.P also card from F.C. Braithwaiti.

Sunday doing chores & drove to Harrisburg mother of rainy all day.

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