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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 3.pdf

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Jan 6th went to Burlington to Dr {Peats? Pearts?}. have sore eyes, inflammation he says.

Jan 7th moderately cold fine winter weather. no snow.

Jan 8th Weather fine eyes very sore Lillies getting sore now.. Dr says it is Pink eye -

Jan 18th Eyes have been to sore to write anything since Jan 8th. They have been very bad. On here {was?} times also of nurse for 6 days Lillies did not get as sore as {illegible} mine. Charlotte just had a {loud? lovely?} the weather has been fine and moderately cold

Jan 20th My Birthday eyes {unknowing?} some but unable logs out yet.

Jan 21st Fine + Bright nice winter weather

Jan 22nd Sunday coldest + roughest day of the winter. {Sliding?} gales + snow flurries from the west. {illegible} all last night. nurse + Dr arrived this morning nothing {doing?} yet tonight.

Jan 23rd Bright and very cold

Jan 24th very cold nurse here yet but nothing doing

Jan 25th Still very cold eyes not better yet.

Jan 26th Doris Lillie McMillan arrived about 6.20 this morning weather fine + moderately cold.

Jan 27th Fine + moderately cold have not been able to do anything for a month nearly.

Jan 28th Fine + no snow. Burl. won last {@? 6?} {Ha Game?} with Beaver of Ham. score 6-2, They won 6 out of 8 games and win district Honours they lost one game to Grimsly and one to Ham. Tigers.

Jan 29th sunday fine + warm had Lillies folks out to see the baby

Jan 30th Fine + mild no snow

Jan 31st Fine + mild. was out for the first {work?} n walk down to Johns. have to wear goggles

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