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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 19.pdf

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strawberries will soon be done.

July 12th. Picked after berries till 10 oclock. 44 cents. Picked 1200 crates this week. Total up to day 2167 crates

July 13th. Cool + windy had piece with Hicks, Longs and Hans. At Dundays park.

July 14. Strawberries slowing up. Picked 134 crate only sold 48 to Conner balance up north at $1.75. Picked 22 {illegible} Richmond cherries at 604

July 15th. Picked 103 crate SBerries today. And 21 {illegible} cherries (sweets + Richmond)

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July 16. Picked 27 crates SBerries today and 30 Richmond charries 604 cherries today took 6 tanks put in 5 1/2 lbs lead + 3 1/2 gals lime sulphur

July 17. Very cool this morning. Picked 57 crates SBerries. Ctting lots of cabbages about 30 crates today selling at 75 cents also picked 21 {illegible}. Seen peppers sold in Toronto at 904

July 18. Only picked 10 cents SBerries and 38 {illegible} cherries some selling at 50 at 11

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