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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 31.pdf

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30 (illegible} Tomatoes to Canning Factory at 404

Sept 28th. Weather grand went to Hamilton with Sev Chapman (this is his last day) and got two more loads orange + lemon boxs. Got about 426 in the {illegible} loads cost about 64 each. Only had one order today 10 lshts tomatos.

Sept 28th. Sunday. Stated raining about noon. And raining yet tonight.

Sept 27th. Have picked 4318 lshts plums to date

Sept 29th. Rained all night and up until noon today

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only shipped 48 plums. Remi Clacede selling at 504 Finished up on Bartlett peas only had 46 lshts today. 8 crate cauliflower 1 crate cabbages + 7 lsht peppers.

Sept 30th. Took a load of cabbages up to Ron Hart this morning 3240 lbs at $9 per ton. Also 10 crates cauliflowers at $100 9 red peppers 754 30 sweet green peppers. 304 52 monarch plums at 254. Started raining at noon and rained all after noon and still raining at bed time. Only had a few orders north

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