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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 32.pdf

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Oct 1. Very cold. Cleared up during the night and very strong west winds. Shipped 109 lshts monarch plum to Toronto. Also sold 254 42 lshts {illegible} Claude + Blues North and 60 toms. 8 pears 4 caul 2 peppers 7 cukes.

Oct 2nd. Only one order north 22 lshts pears to Suinelaw + Co. (Sheldon + Howell). Shipped 93 sold 25 + 30 plums 20 peppers to Toronto started picking snow apples weather fine + warm.

Oct 3. Fine + warm. Not many orders. 26 pears 20 toms 25 plums + 4 crates cauliflower

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Will Mac came down yesterday for a few days. Washington now the penant in American League and New York natural

Oct 4th. Sat. Picked 56 lshts pears for Ron Hart at 40 and picked a few apples John + Jenny having {illegible}.

Oct 5. Sunday. Fine + warm had a thunder shower about 8 oclock at night down at Johns for dinner + supper. Will + Grandpa + Fred + Hattie was there.

Oct 6th. Not very many orders finished on

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