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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 35.pdf

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Oct 18. Picking + packing Seeming apples weather fine.

Oct 19. Sunday. Fine and a little cooler.

Oct 20th. Frist this morning froze the flowers fro the first time this season. Picking Balderson apples.

Oct 21st. Picking + packing apples. Cold and cloudy frost again this morning has drawn last night to hear Johns Radio.

Oct 22. Picking + packing spys. Wagners. Jeryy ploughing yet weather first but cool nights + mornings.

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Oct 23rd. Packing Wagner apples all day weather fine + warm Election day for 6.7A or Government control had a radio put into day. Reports of voting at 9.30., wet 40000 majority. Mostly from Toronto + Hamilton.

Oct 24th. Unloading car of manure 44 tons 400 lbs and another car in theis afternoon. Had to leave truck at {illegible} water pump leaking water into oil.

Oct 25. Unloading manure all day weather fine.

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