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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wednesday very nice day I at home not very well Fred milllholland called and at drove him up to Win Jean and Family here also Della Rose and all over to carries for dinner.

Thursday at store as usual

Friday as usual at the store

Saturday at the store intended going to city but did not.

Sunday mis Della Rose and I drove to Harrisburg and had dinner at {Braithwaile?} cold east wind and storm at night.

monday very slippery at the store as usual

Tuesday away to city for goods east wind and storm

Wednesday at the store as usual not feeling very well

Thursday at the store come from at might sick

Friday at the store as usual

Saturday at the store very mild rain at night new letter at night

Sunday at home in a.m matthew {vansible?} and wife come here and we drove to some {Bitcheis?} home in p.m I to church in evening.

monday at the store matthew and wife and they left for home. Miss N & P came here in P.m also Jean and family and {car cored?} to{ zeo?} meeting at night. very nice night.

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