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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 8.pdf

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now ploughing by Henry {illegible} for Colleges all stopped by rain at half past three. It had been drizzling since 11 oclock this morning

May 1st. Planted 150 cherry trees on Johns place and filled up my (part) Blackberry patch. Weather cold + windy.

May 2nd. Started planting strawberries. Worked all day at sprayer when some thing went wrong about 500 and smashed the engine all up. Got 3lbs lime Sulphur 100lbs lead and two gallons blade leaf

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40. For peas. Weather still cold.

May 3rd. Planting strawberries. Weather very cold east wind all day. Started rainning hard at 5 oclock. Some thunder and lighting.

May 4th Sunday fair and cold.

May 5th. Planting strawberries all day. Very cold. West winds

May 6th. Still planting strawberries. Weather very cold. With east wind. Some rain last night. Brought sprayer back, worked

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