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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 33.pdf

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{illegible} + Howell pears. 63 lshts. Also 10 crate Cabbage + peppers. Started picking cranberry pepper apples. Apples had to sell have non sold yet.

Oct 7. Only shipped a few lshts north started Kreffer pears 12 lshts 304 5 toms 4 peppers + 2 caul. Also Ron Hart aload of cabbages $9 per ton. And 10 lbs snow apples 6 holland peppers 2 cranberry peppers.

Oct 8. Picking cranberry pepper apples. One tree had 38 1/2 {illegible} held on its

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only 304 small orders up north. Have a car of mixed apple sold to. O. S. Lester 180 barrels at $2.50 per {illegible}. Weather fine.

Oct 9th. A very heavy white frost this morning but done no damage only shipped 13 lshts up north. Picked + packed 32 {illegible} apples.

Oct 10th. The packing + picking seeming + Wagner apples frost again this morning dew in squash + manure had about 1200 Hubbard squash off hot bed ground. All new ones will have some job selling them all

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