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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1915-1917

Frank McMillan Diary 1915-1917 3.pdf

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Feby 2nd North East Blizzard the worst this year

Feby 6th undloaded second can of manure today. Had 7 loads in can of 28 tons 200 lbs. which makes it come at $5.50 per load.

Feby 12th has been mild all this week. some rain on the 11th.

Feby 14th mild with rain

Feby20th weather has been mild all this week.

Feby 25th started unloading can of manure + making hot be beds.

Feby 26th turned cold today finished can of manure + making hot beds. started putting earth on hot beds. have 55 sashes out of can

Feby 27th sowed first row of hot beds with Peppers + Egg Plants starting at East End. 1 sash and 3 rows are Ruby King Peppers. Then 2 Rows Bull Nose Peppers. Balance of frame are Ruby Giant Peppers. next are 1 sash + 4 rows of Black beauty Egg Plant. Balance of frame. N.J Purple Egg Plants. Weather is bright and cool. saw come {some} Robins yesterday

March 1st. sowed 3rd row of Beds all with Johnstons Prizetaken {?} Onion 16 sashes - 2lbs seed

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