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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1915-1917

Frank McMillan Diary 1915-1917 5.pdf

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March 21st first day of spring nighest {nicest?} day we have had for two weeks. west winds, cool with snow flurries.

March 22nd transplanted 4000 cabbages. 8 sashes in Row next Barn are Succession 1 sash in Large Bed in South corner are Premier. 3 sash on S. West side are Copenhagen Market. 4 sash on North East side are C. Wakefield also 4 sash in small farm.

March 23rd transplanted Tomatoes Bruces First + Best. Large Frame and small frame By Ogon {Oregon?} plum trees weather is fine + dry. also sowed Late tomato seed

March 24th Transplanted 8 sashes more of Bruces first + Best Tomato. in frame next Tank also 8 sash in second frame are Bonnys Best. Tomatoes. about #5600 in all

March 24th also transplanted large frame Peppers. 1 sash in North corner next Egg Plants are Bull Nose Peppers 3 sashes on North W. Side are Ruby Giant Pepper and 4 sashes on South East Side are Ruby King Pepper. also large frame of Egg Plants next Peppers are Black Beauty Egg Plant. weather cool

March 25th showery showery this morning turning colder tonight

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