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James "Rowand" Burgess Diary, 1913-1914

James_Rowand_Burgess_Diary_1913-1914 66.pdf

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Friday May 9.


Saturday May 9 Fine and warm. Temp. 38°. Noble went out to Uncle Alfred's to night. We finished planting our mangles

Sunday May 10 - Fine Dull and cool Temp. Temp. 51°. Light showers of rain

Monday May 11 - Dull and cold. We finished digging the garden and planted our potatoes.

Tuesday May 12 - Dull and cool. Temp. 42°. In Physics Olive got 58 and I got 88. Rev. J. R. Mann was here to-night. Noble went out to Burgoyne this afternoon.

Wednesday May 13. Dull and cold. Temp. 28°. In Composition Olive got 66 and I got 65.

Thursday May 14. Fine and cool. Temp. 36°.

Friday May 15. Fine and cool Temp. 31° Papa and Mommma {Momma?} were out at Geddes' to-day

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