This I Leave
Part one is here.
George picked Tom up at Martin in Sioux City A.M.
Opened our gifts – Tom George & I.
Went into hospital 10:30 A.M. 363 more words
1 year, 1 month ago
My grandfather, Amos Claycomb, kept diaries for most of his life. The earliest I have is his 1900 diary when he was 14 years old. 440 more words
There are two entries in the 1911 diary for January 1912; there is no 1912 diary to my knowledge.
Tuesday, January 2, 1912
Snow thawed a little today. 310 more words
1 year, 7 months ago
On the 2nd the railroad paid damages for the fire started by a train in October. Most of the month is busy selling off animals and supplies. 484 more words
On the 17th Amos sells 100 tons of grain – doesn’t that seem like a lot? I’ve double-checked his entry and that’s what it says. But I don’t find an entry in the ledger for the $400 that he should have gotten. 730 more words
1 year, 8 months ago
Amos travelled to Illinois to look at land and see his family and to Nebraska to see Ruth.
He met a fraternity brother, Art Beardsley in Kansas City on the way. 860 more words
Two events of note this month: On the 5th Amarillo citizens voted to go dry. And on the 17th we get the first entry mentioning the sale of Amos’ land. 631 more words