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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday helping to clean up Park grounds & take down tents in a.m. cultivatin & gathering potatoe bag & cut some grass.

Wednesday doing chores cutting grass trimming mangles. helped S.F alkins take school flag down.

Thursday doing chores picking potatoe bags in a.m. warm wind and dry. went to see Torxe Horse

Friday doing chores & working around in general.

saturday cultivating in orchard & cutting weeds & paris greening potatoes warm & dry.

Sunday doing chores drove over to pray church & went to Fin Vansickle for dinner & tea.

monday paris greeing potatoes in a.m. & helping R.A. Thompson to put roof on building 6 hours

Tuesday doing chores to helping R.A Thompson to put metal siding on building. aob wing also helping on the job very warm and dry. bot sack of bug killer from carson weaber price 75c/.

Wednesday doing chores helping ms aob wing at building for R.A Thompson.

Thursday working for R.A.T getting metal sideing on bulding.

Friday got geo Horse shool & cultivating turnip for Tom Hull also had dinner there.

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