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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Saturday. doing chores. cultivating in garden & hoeing. windy today.

Sunday. doing chores home all day called on Geo Archer in evening.

monday. doing chores & started to work for Geo Archer at store.

Tuesday. at Geo Archers store. & had dinner & tea there.

Wednesday. done chores at home & at Geo archers store working.

Thursday. at the store

Friday. at the store & to Hamilton for goods for Geo.H.Archer.

Saturday. at the store.

Sunday. cloudy rainy at home

monday at archers store.




Friday went to city for Geo Archer & brought home load of goods

saturday at the store working around in general read letter H.E.P

Sunday home all day.

monday at archers store

Tuesday & to R at night


Thursday at archers store

Friday away to Hamilton for goods

saturday at the store busy all day.

Sunday drove to Harrisburg & had dinner at {braidth?} waits Fred & I drove to St-George & called at Dr.Robinsons had tea at Jeans.

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