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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 18.pdf

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July 5th. Saturday a little warmer picked 105 crates today for five {illegible} at 74. Makes 859 this week or 967 crates to date

July 6th. Sunday cool cloyded up at night looks like rain. Had little + Mr Tyler called in with Hicks we went down to the beach for supper

July 7th. Had our berry pickers out here at 520 this morning. Had alright shower. Stopped picking for a few minutes sent 53 crates to Toronto at 830. 108 crates at 130 to {illegible} sold 25 to Peddler at $200. Shiped 83 north.

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total 269 crates and stopped before 4PM by heavy rain.

July 8th. Picked 236 crates today. Price about the sme had to shift 41 crates on commission sold 6 to 7cts

July 9th. Stopped picking at 2 oclock. No sales. Sold 6 at $750 a crate 40 crates north at 6 1/2. 104 to conners at 6 1/2 4 Very warm. Making berries soft.

July 10th. Picked 239 today 108 crate to conners. 131 crates up norther at 175 a crate also 20 crates cabbages at 8.80 a crate

July 11. Picked 203 crates today weather very

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