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James "Rowand" Burgess Diary, 1913-1914

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Saturday Feb 15 Cold and stormy and much snow. Temp 11˚. Ethel hurt her leg badly

Sunday Feb 16 Fine and cold. Temp - 6˚

Monday Feb 17 Fine and cold Temp 6 We had an exam in arith. Oliver and I each got 70.

Tuesday Feb 18 Fine and cold with temp snows in afternoon. Temp.0˚

Wednesday Feb 19 Fine and thawing Temp 24˚

Thursday Feb 20 Fine and warm Temp

Friday Feb 21 Cold with a little snow in afternoon Temp 15˚

Saturday Feb 22 Cold and stormy with much snow. Temp 19˚

Sunday Feb 23 Cold and fine Temp 0˚

Monday Temp cold and fine Temp -14˚

Tuesday Feb 25 {Dull?} and cold with snow in afternoon. Temp 0˚ Uncle Abram and Aunt Minnie were in to-day.

Wednesday Feb 26. Cold and dull Temp 20˚

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