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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1923

Frank McMillan 1923 Diary 2.pdf

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Jan 1st. Weather is mild + cloudy. Thawing snow nearly all gone. Had Grandpa, John + Donald also Mr+ Mrs Boniface out from Hamilton for New Year dinner

Jan 2nd A little cooler but bright and clear. Have another load of orange crates ready at Carol's. but have a bad cold and can not go for then now. Election day returns for yesterday Hydro Radeal Baylaw, defeated in Hamilton, Toronto, East {Kamboro?} + Baston, Cawed in St Catherines : {Bwliugtu} + Nelson, Pete Rae + W.N. Easterbrook. for Reeve + Deputy by acclamation Nelson all {?} acclamation Burlington. Hanis Mayor 7 Dr Ehurt. Reeve. Couneillas ally acclamation they are.

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