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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 22.pdf

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July 1st. Ordered from Marehmet 5 cans Berry covering manure start shipping Oct 15th 2 cans green " Oct 1st 4 " hotbed " Felt 1.5 had a big rain last night with thunder + lighting very heavy the rain will do a lot of good. Cold + cloudy this morning. Picked 121 lsht cherries after dinner

Aug 1st. Rain + cool nearly all cherry orders cancelled only picked 69 lsht cherries 5 lshts no1 tomatoes at $2.50 2 lsht culls shipped to Toronto.

Aug 2 Sat. Only picked 26 lshts cherries today

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spray old cherry overhead again today trying to hold them on for awhile. Have 1517 lshts cherries picked to date. And 29 crates Rasps.

Aug 3 Sunday rain + cool.

Aug 4th. Up at 430AM shipped 20 crates Cabbages and 10 cherries on early train picked 2.25 lshts cherries today sold all north at 50 and 654

Aug 6th Big rain at 5 oclock picked 115 cherries and 10 crates Rasps some cauliflowers + cabbages. Very warm

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