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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday at Geo Archers store




Friday away to city for goods.

Saturday at the store as usual.

Sunday at home all day

monday at the store working



Thursday & geting ready for market Read check from G.H.Archer.

Friday went to city for goods.

saturday at the store as usual. Rain at night very heavy. read letter from H.E.P.

Sunday doing chores & home all day had head ache cool damp wind.

monday at Archers store.


Wednesday at

Thursday at the store getting ready for market miss H.E.P & cousins were over. funnel from A. Blacks.

Friday drove to city & got goods for store carrie went down with me. carrie and Della Ross came home with me. H.E.P away to waterloo picnic

saturday at the store very nice day.

Sunday went to church in a.m. mother away to toronto Father away to harrisburg over sunday. nice day.

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