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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1923

Frank McMillan 1923 Diary 4.pdf

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phone me wanting to go to Texas on an excursion to Rio Grande Valley to see some land there selling at {?} $200 to $600 per acre. Cost of trip $96.50 for ticket + meals. Rev. Amy died today

Jan 12th Cloudy and cold a few snow flurries

Jan 13th Bright + cold roads badly blocked now. The busses are nearly all quite running.

Jan 14th Sunday. another real snow storm today. Only two days this month so far that it has not snowed

Jan 15th Mild this morning, a few snow flurries and colder at night.

Jan 16th Cold again, plus more snow more snow than at any time for several years.

Jan 17th Very cold 18 below zero here and 22 below in Waterdown not many cars out too much snow now.

Jan 18th Mild today. Cloudy but thawing fast. Quite a change about 60 degrees in 24 hours. Burlington lost hockey match with Ham. Beavers 8 to 4. Looks like Beavers to win group.

Jan 19th Fine today, Harry Boniface had another daughter born this morning. Also, Lily‘s grandmother died this morning.

Jan 20th Milder with rain in the evening. My birthday today guess I must be 38 years old.

Jan 21 Lillie gone to Welland this morning to her Grandmother's.

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