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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Thursday at the store


Saturday away to city {pres gacha?} alow away to city.

Sunday at home.

monday at the store as usual




Friday away to city for goods.

Saturday at the store

Sunday at home in a.m down to R in P.m and had tea at Plastores.

monday at the store



Thursday at the store and went to {harryrrisbing?} to got at store.

Friday at the store

Saturday at the store and got {Gee horee slid?}.

Sunday went to church in a.m home the rest of day.

monday at the store at a.m also went to Brendon with store.

Tuesday at the store as usual.

Wednesday away to city for goods.

Thursday at the store

Friday at the store

Saturday at the store as usual. Mrs {arehn?} away to a.m and sending away in P.m.

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