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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 21.pdf

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4 crates Raspberries also picked one {illegible} Tomatoes sold in Toronto @ 830

July 25. Had a nice rain last night. Finished picking Richmond cherries had 629 {illegble} and 16 sweet cherries. Also started picking Montmoreney's. 102 today. Totall cherries to date. 747 {illegible}. Also cut 34 crates cabbages today at 754 Richmonds sold mostly at 504. Montmoreney after 654 but mostly 604

July 26. Sat. Picked 26 {illegible} cherries for Concilla Barne. And we all went to Burlongton to the Drummers Snack for some and races. And soft ball

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game between Burlington and Arton girls Burlington won. Score 12 to 10.

July 27 Sunday. Fine and moderately warm had Grandpa mae up all day.

July 28th. Picked 10 crates Raspberries sold in Toronto t 18 and 20cts also cut 50 crates cabbages at 75 cts and 120 {illegible} cherries at 60 and 65 mostly 654

Kuly 29th. Picked 217 cherries today. Also cut 6 crates Cauliflower but not very good.

July 30th showering this morning not so many pickers. Crated 185 {illegible} cherries and a few cabbage 18 crate.

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