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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1932

1932 (with Apple Orchard Record 1889-1890) 4.pdf

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When Marion was 1 yrs + about 8 months old she loved to step dance around by radio music. She had her first burn on the stove Mar 188/32, 8 wks of 2 yrs old. Could talk pretty plain now say all the {Riddles?} names at {store?} Uncles John, Newt, Bo + Jack join etc. She fell of a ladder when men picking apples in fall 1932 abput 10 or 12 feet high at Xmas time she could say Little Bopeep, Jack Horner, Humpty Dumpty. If I scold her, she would say back "now you old beggar, I say." Could talk pretty well over telephone. Feb 16 1933 Marion went up with men when drawing ice for ice house. rode on sleigh. Feb 14 1838 she went down to schoolwith Betty. they had ice crea,, she was away from 1 to 330 p.m. Feb 10+17 1933 Marion made 2 apple pies baked them in oven + put the, on the for dinner we all sampled them. at 3 yrs she washed dishes for me, when I was real busy.

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Buillonville May 1889-90

Plan of Orchard plated in the two above mentioned {tears?}

Rows numbered from West- End

Trees in row Numbered from the South side

Trees died the first year marked with an +

Trees died the second year marked with an O

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