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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 18.pdf

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Aug 6 Sunday Raining all afternoon + evening Lillie played organ at Church

Aug 7 Picked 153 tons sold 50 {cents sign} 70 plums 40 {cents sign} after Cukes 25 {cents sign} Berries + Cabbages a showers at noon and a big shower at 4.30 every thing flooded

Aug 8th Picked the last of our Raspberries today only had 225 crates this year.

Aug 9 Only 70 {unit of measurement?} tomatoes today at 50 {cents sign} Plums 30 {cents sign} apples 40 very cool nights

Aug 10th Light to day no Tomatoes only a few plums + apples

Aug 11th Busy today 190 tonnes at 50 {cents sign} 90 plums 30 {cents sign} 15 apples 40 {cents sign} 70 dz corn 18 {cents sign} 10 dz Cabb {the number 50 in superscript?}

Aug 12 Picked 300 {unit of measurement?} plums sold SMiyh 200 at 25 {cents sign} Hart 25 at 30 {cents sign} shipped Balance

Aug 13 Sunday fine + warm

Aug 14 Very warm + very busy. sold {Smith?} 50 plums @ 25 N.P.S. 88 tonnes @ 40 Picked 276 {unit of measurement?} tonnes and 275 plums also 20 apples 80 dz corn and 10 pears + peppers

Aug 15 Another hot and busy day picked 365 plums all togther 595 {unit of measurement?} {flower beds?} 80 dz corn 2 crates berries

Aug 16 Busy again today. John sick. very hot heavy thunder storms at Aldershot and Oakville. had light storm here

Aug 17th only shipped 300 {unit of measurement?} today and 90 dz corn more showers went around very hot here

Aug 18 Warm yet picked plums at 25 apples 40 {cents sign} Tomatoes {40?}. Cukes 22 {one half symbol?} 100 dz corn 15 {cents sign}

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