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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 23.pdf

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Aug 6 Big storm in the night again. Every pretty wet now. Picked 129 cherries 18 lsht tomatoes no1 sold at $125 north no2 sold in Toronto at. Also some caul. And 21 crates cabbages. Had another big thunger storm rain and with 7PM.

Aug 7. Orders very light itoday. Only shipped 62 lsht cherries. 10 lshts toma. 3 cabb. 21 peppers 7 crates Rasps.

Aug 8 orders worse today today only picked 68 cherries today and 16 no1

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to date 21 16 lshts cherries shipped picked 12 cherries to Toronto $100 to 125 sold 40 at 50cts tomatoes and 11 no2s Tomatoes a very poor crop and sample.

Aug 9. Saturday no order. Got two loads of orange crates from Hamilton.

Aug 10. Had another heavy shower in the night. Motered up to {illegible} Prelands and spent the afternoon and evening had a good time.

Aug 11 not many cherry orders only got rid of 83 lshts 7 crates cauliflower at $150 7 crates cabbages 754 18 doz cabb. 604 doz sacks also picked first two crates lawlons sold at 204 box very poor crop also

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