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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 15.pdf

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had to ship 100 54 crates to Toronto sold at 14 {cents symbol} 50 crates {with?} at 15 {cents symbol}

June 29th Picked 66 crates straw - berries. shipped 56 {unit of measurement?} Richmond cherries + some Cabbage up north

June 30th Very warm today. only picked 34 crates strawberries they are nearly done

July 1st Saturday showery in the morning nothing {stormy?} all day

July 2nd Fine + warm

July 3rd Picked 22 crates SBerry and a few cherries 29 {unit of measurement?}

July 4th Still picking Berries and Richmond cherries

July 5th Picked the last of the strawberries had 1484 crates only a light crop

July 6th Picked first Raspberries 2 crates shipped to Toronto sold at 27 1/2 {cents symbol} also finished picking Richmond cherries averaged about {80 or 90?} {cents symbol} {unit of measurement?} Started picking Montmorency 68 {unit of measurement?} at $100 per {unit of measurement?}

July 7th Cherry market all {shut?} selling as low as 50 cts in Toronto only picked 58 {unit of measurement?} to ship north. Blowing heavy gales from south west. blew alot of cherries off and bruised them on the trees badly

July 8th Fine + moderately warm Hoeing old strawberry Patch.

July 9th Sunday Fine + cool

10th Picking cherries selling north at 80 cents cut 28 crates Cabbage 80 + 90 {cents symbol}

July 11 Very warm, cherries badly bruised. picked 21 {unit of measurement?} Green Peppers

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