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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 24.pdf

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4 crates rasps. And 58 no1 Tomatoes and 35 no2s. Sold at 304

Aug 12. Not very many order shipped 145 toms north at 404 and 73 no2s to Toronto sold at 304 also 57 cherries to Montreal sold at 604

Aug 13th. Showery in the night and today only picked about 60 tomatos half of them no2s sold in Toronto. 254 to 354 also shipped 57 cherries to montreal sold 10 at 854 47 at 654 and 20 lsht peppers. Peppers sold at 754 and cherries at 10 at 854 47 at 654 and shipped 10 crate cauliflowers to

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Toronto sold at $200 crate and 18 sunset peppers to Toronto sold at.

Aug 14. Had a few orders cherries at 504 sold McSmith 94 at 554 picked in all 161 lshts shipped 60 no1 tomatoes 404 and 52 no2s to Toronto cut 11 crates cauliflower and 12 crates cabbages Picked first plums A Willards 15 lshts sold 65 and 704

Aug 15. Shipped 19 crates cauliflower to Toronto sold at $225 + $250 a crate 100 lsht cherreis to smoth at 554. 103 tomatoes north at 404. 4 crates lawlan berries $5.00 a crate

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