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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 26.pdf

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total 568 x 11 qts. 21 crates. Got done at 930PM.

Aug 21st. Busy as usal cherries tomatoes. Apples plum card. Etc. Also took 33 {illegible} tomatoes to Canning.

Aug 22 Finished picking cherries. 83 lshts total 3168 lshts this year. Picked 245 lshts toms today at 354

Aug 23. Warm today picked 150 Aburndance plums 404 and 50 Hamper apples {illegible} $100 yellow transparent 754 - for Lun Scott.

Auf 24. Fine and warm home all day tired out.

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Aug 25. Had another big day nine oclock now. And just done. Picked 310 lshts tomatoes 354 83 plums 504 15 cukes 504 8 peppers " 5 crates lablons. 28 crates caul. 9 cabbages. 18 hamper apples $1.00. First 2 lshts red peppers today 150 lshts.

Aug 26. Not quiet so busy tomatos 354. 20 hamper apples at $100. Also shipped sweet + red pepper to Toronto + montreal. Also 4 boxs manure.

Aug 27. Orders very light only tomatoes and could only pick 69 lshts. And

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