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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday at G.H archers store.




Fridayawayto city for goods. Geo not very well rain at night.

saturday at the store very busy.

Sunday at home in forenoon very nice day. mother away over. Sunday drove over to R. & had tea at H.E.P mrs & mr Steward there also.

monday at the store as usual.


Wednesday at the store & getting ready for market.

Thursday away to city for goods wet most of the day.

Friday at the store busy.

Saturday at the store digging out drain from sink.

Sunday at home very nice day jean & children down. Della Ross here also.

monday at archers store as usual


Wednesday at the store

Thursday & picking apples.

Friday at the store & getting ready to got to city.

Saturday away to city for goods.

Sunday at home in a.m. drove to R in P.M & had tea at H.E.Ps & went to League.

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