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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 16.pdf

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June 19th. Started cultivating carrots + planted hot bed ground with vegetable manure + hubbard squashes. Had six hundred bills planted in berry boxs.

June 20. Cultivating + weeding carrots.

June 21st. Have a bad cold. Did not get up till afternoon weather getting warmer

June 22nd. Sunday. Recieved a message from Lost Angelas. Drews wife died suddenly yesterday. Sent a night letter break tonight.

June 23rd. Had a heavy rain early this morning with little thunder will

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do a lot of good. Planted Cauliflowers this afternoon.

June 24th. Planting Cabbages in the morning. Hoeing early Cabbages after dinner and sowed cucumbers again. Did not come up first time.

June 25th. Finished planting out late cabbages must have 10000. Weather showy and warm.

June 26. Picked first strawberries 45 carts sold 15 at $5.00 shipped 30 to Toronto sold at 21 to 25 cents..

June 27th. Selling {illegible} and berry shauties fixed up.

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