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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 16.pdf

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also / {unit of measurement?} tomatoes peppers sold at 90 {cents sign} tomatoes sold at {dollar sign} 15.0 tomatoes very poor crop this year.

July 12th {Orangemans?} day pickers scarce. only picked too {unit of measurement?} Cherries. heavy rain at five oclock.

July 13 Fine + warm picking Cherries + cutting cabbages

July 14th Picking Cherries Have picked 978 {unit of measurement?} up till today Friday night.

July 15 Cut 25 dz cabbage for Hart at 504 dz. Picked 12 crates Rasps. went to market with crates sold at 20 {cents sign}

July 16th Fine + warm, home all day.

July 17th cut 25 crates cabbages + 27 {unit of measurement?} tomatoes. shipped all north. had a couple of light showers.

July 18th Picked Cherries at 80 {cents sign} 14 Rasps at 21 cents 23 + 24

July 19 Picked Cherries 80 {cents sign} 18 Rasps shipped 7 {unit of measurement?} solf at 23 + 24 17 tomatoes at {dollar sign} 15 / 34 peppers @ {dollar sign} 60 to {dollar sign} 100 weather fine + warm

July 20 Fine picking Cherries + Raspberries

July 21 Picking Cherries + Rasps fine + warm.

July 22 Sat picked Black Currants 9 baskets in all

July 23rd Sunday. Showery Lillie played organ at Meth. Church.

July 24th Picked last of Red Cherries picked first apples 75 {unit of measurement?} sold @ 50 {cents sign}

July 25th Picked Rasps all day 28 crates, also picked first plums 6 {unit of measurement?} Willards shipped north at 75 {cents sign}

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