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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Sunday doing chores home all day. went to church at night. mrs Sawn Drake bilt called a wanted me to go. & work for him.

monday doing chores went away up near Brandford with with Sam Drake to shingle a house for{ mrmr Intosh?} mrs Geo wilson is living on place.

Tuesday shingling on roof.



Friday & went up to G.F.R station at Brandford & came out to harrisburg & stayed at Jeans overnight.

Saturday came home on morning Train from Harrisburg doing chores cutting grass and helping to get ready for old bays reunion.

Sunday doing chores drove over to Rockton & had Dinner & Tea at Plastows mr & mrs Steward there miss H.E.P came home with me also mr {amrs?} Steward.drove over & went to church in lent at Park ground.

monday doing chores & getting ready for old bay reunion collection {profisions?} working at booth on park grounds. Proceeds for day amounted to about $1200 or 1600 in all very fine weather dry & dusty miss H.E.P & mr & mrs Steward here also Frank & Jean.

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