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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 20.pdf

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sprayed bartled peas with 3 gals lime sulphur + about 4/5 at meantime and started spraying apples.

July 19. Finished spraying after took 6 tanks seems to be a fair of apples. Weather very cool especially at nights. Picked 383 crates SBerries this week. Total to date 2550 crates.

July 20. Sunday fine + cool went down home and also down to the breach for tea.

July 21st. Picked 160 {illegible} Richmond cherries

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sold up north at 504 also cut 50 crates cabbages at 754 crate and 12 quarts Rasps for the first.

July 22. Warm today a couple of thunder showers went around north of here. Picked 129 {illegible} cherries at 504. And cut a few cabbages.

July 23. Very warm. Picked 13 crates strawberries $1.85 26 crates cabbages 754 86 cherries at 504.

July 24. Very warm again today and very dry we need rain very bad. Picked 101 {illegible} Richmond cherries and

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