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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 10.pdf

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myself Lillie and both children also the first nurse took it and now Lillies mother in bed John + men transplanted Tomatoes 2nd time on April 24th 25th 26th 27th. also put in {Coats?} + Clover seed in the orchards on April 27th + April 28th.. Sowed 3/4 lb Carrot seed on April 29th. on May 1st. started planting some strawberries, and May 2nd started putting out Cabbages down home: 6000 there.

May 2nd 3rd + 4th. Planted starwberries back of cemetery the weather has been fine. no rain.

May 5th Cloudy. planted Trees finished planting Cabbage May 6th

Rows - 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, are Grand Duke

Rows 3, 5, 9, are Reenie Claude

Rows 2, 7, 11 are Bradshaw. starting next road.. Some plums Burbanks + {Abindance?} out in blossom.

May 7th Sunday cool + windy had a light show last night

May 8th Planting strawberries {yeh?} also out first asparagus 5 doz sold in Toronto at ______ 1.60 a doz

May 9th Planted Golden {Bantarm?} sweet corn + pumpkins also planting strawberries weather, Cold + cloudy East winds

May 10th Finished planting SBerries filled up {young} Rasberry patch. {good prospects?} for Rasps. this year, every thing frozen. only young patch left

May 11th Very warm today sowed Late Cabbage 2 ozs Copenhagen. and Cauliflower 2 ozs. {Enfant?} slipped 9 baskets {Grass?} sold at {dollar or cents symbol?} 250

May 12th FInding {inf?} sprayer men hoeing brushes

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