Mary B. Brooke, 1902

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Locust year - Mary B. Brooke, Falling Green, Maryland, Dec. 25, 1901.

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1. January 1902. [left margin: Wedn. 1. Clear. fine.] Another New Year has rolled around very soon. Good resolutions must be made today. and kept thro' the year. Ed took wheat and forn to town. Jim Gaither, Agnes' husband, started to work here. Dr. Grun called. Churrned and printed the butter, and right after dinner Farther, Mother and I went to call on Mrs. Harry Williams but she was not at home and we stopped a little while at Olney. Mary Willis came up and took Aunt Eliza home with her, on her way to Takoma - Jim patched and mended the kitchen floor and plastering.

[left margin: Thurs. 2. Cloudy. Right after breakfast I went over to the Maples for Sister and Meredith, we called at the Briars and then came home. Dr. Green came to dinner and they left in the afternoon. Meredith was so cute and good, and weighed 18 1/8 lbs. Father and Jim cut up the old walnut tree. I took butter and eggs to Olney --

[left margin: Fri. 3. Clear. Cold.] Windy and wintry. Men hauled fodder and wood. Charlie Newman came to tell me goobye, before he starts to Youngstown, Ohio tomorrow. Mr. Johnson

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