March 2 Tuesday, 1943

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ToDay is the Birthday of Robert H. Lee

Cool fair east wind.

Raked all day

After I quit work I took a walk over by Ames Nickerson’s bog and I found one nice triangular arrowhead. Then I went across the road to Huck Davis’ garden and found a nice stemmed on there.

Milt Vaughn was here when I got home.

Percy Finney came in this evening and he beat me one up at crib.

Got a nice letter from Harry Hornblower from Washington, he sent me a clipping of an archaeology dig in N.Y. State.

I went over to Walders to get him to fix up my income tax but he wasn’t home. He was over to twon working on the articles for the town meeting.

Betty said one of the women at the plant accidentally blew up her right hand.

“No man is so great as mankind.” Theodore Parker

2 Replies to “March 2 Tuesday, 1943”

  1. The final comment “one of the women at the plant accidentally blew up her right hand”. One wonders, did they have such a thing as workmen’s comp then, or good health insurance? So sad to think about the impact on her family, not being able to work….

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