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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 25.pdf

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some apples at 304 9. Cauliflower $125 + $150 8 Willard june 704 8 red prune at 504.

Aug 16. To date picked 2649 baskets cherries picked 100 lsht red june plums at 504 and 10 crates cauliflower at $125 for Ross Hart.

Aug 17th Sunday. Cold and cloudy. Did not go out any place

Aug 18th Flooded with orders today. Only filled about half of Toronto orders worked till 930 at night. Shipped 169 lshts tomatoes at 354. 145 lshts

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cherries at 504 and a few at 604. 58 lsht apples at 304 91 lshts plums at 504 + 604 3 peppers at 50 + 604 15 cauliflower 8 150 crate 7 cabbages 754 " 2 manure 100 " total 466 lshts 24 crates.

Aug 19th. Picked 147 plum today 68 tomatoes. $5 some cabbages cauliflower and 113 lshts cherries.

Aug 20. Had a big day today. Picked 200 plums for Hart 2/2 for Smith at 404 (Aburn dance and Red June) also 25 for north. 101 lshts cherries. 300 offers 12 crates cabb + cauliflowers 9 crates lalutan berries at 204

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