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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 34.pdf

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Oct 11. Picking + packing apples. Sold. Hart 26 plums 254 81 Green peppers 284 3 reds 604 4150 lbs cabb. $9 per ton. Washington now world seires 7 games. Won last game 12 winnings score 4 to 3

Oct 12th. Home all day Lillie sick in bed worth cold weather was grand.

Oct 13th: shipped 63 lshts pears Kieffers at 254 10 cauli 754 a few peppers etc.

Oct 14th. Shipped 5lbs cranberry peppers at $250. 12 1/2 dz cabb 404 dz

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sold Hart 10 dz squash at $100. Also picking + packing apples and Jerry ploughing. Have picked 4811 lshts plums to date.

Oct 15. Picking + packing apples all day.

Oct 16th. Finished picking + packing Lesters apples loaded car of 190 barrels apple supper done at 10 oclock.

Oct 17. Picking + packing apples no orders for any thing else. Shipped 10 {illegible} to Hanna + Co. Weather grand for the past two weeks

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