Diary: Caleb E. Iddings, 1896

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Excelsior Diary

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C.E. Iddings M.D. Sandy Spring Md.

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Excelsior Diary [Drawing of a male angel with wings extended holding an hour glass in his right hand and a sickle in his left hand standing behind the planet earth which is resting on a cloud.] 1896

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Wind N.W. Clear. 29 o WED. JAN. 1st, 1896

Walked up to the store for the mail etc. Rode on horseback to Henson Hopkin's to see the "broken leg boy again. Mailed letter enclosing Geneological tree of The Iddings family in America to Thos U Iddings at MONtandon Northumberland Co. Pa. Went up to the mill for corn meal. The weather is much colder than it has been and more like winter time. Mrs John Oldfield finished and sent home my new stable horse blanket. Emma Jane Davis was here & had tooth extracted.

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Wind S.W. Clear 22o THUR. JAN. 2nd, 1896

Clear & frosty. Bro. Charles came & took lunch with us. I rode down to Ashton with him and walked back. Carrie Hopkins was at the office for advice & medicine. We heard today the sad news of the sudden death of Martha Tyson Marshall. Willie called about sunset & went back to "Fairfield" before supper.

Wind S.W. & N.W. Cloudy & Clearing 35o FRI. JAN. 3rd, 1896.

Quite mild early this morning, the ground not being frozen about 10 o'clk the wind changed to N.W. & it has been growing colder ever since with strong wind blowing. "Jim" Hill was here for advice & medicine for "Uncle Henson." Willie called, having been to deliver a carpet. I went up to the store for groceries ect. Phil Robison expects to go to Laurel for Edward tomorrow.

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