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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday at the store as usual.



Friday away to city a lot goods.

Saturday at the store {Alix Hamer?} wife come {with?} in evening.

Sunday at home nit very well cold.

monday at the store as usual






Sunday at home very nice day

monday at the store as usual

Tuesday away to city for goods with team for nice day.

Wednesday at the store

Thursday at the store

Friday at the store as usual


Sunday at home cool {over?} wind

monday at the store as usual

Tuesday at the store not very well

Wednesday at home in a.m {ate?} went to store at noon and for the p.m.

Thursday at the store as usual

Friday away to city for goods

Saturday at the store as usual

Sunday and wet day rainy

monday at the store as usual


Wednesday busy at the {day?}

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