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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1925

Franklin McMillan Diary 1925 3.pdf

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Jan 3rd

Mild but not thawing snowing most of the day

Jan 4th

Sunday not much change lots of snow good sleighing Had Denver Col. on Radio (far) San Antonio Texas good. Oaklands Col. + Los Angelos good

Jan 5.

Mild today Heard Hockey Game played by Boston + Toronto also some of C Hnc Toronto concert which was very good

Jan 6

Cloudy+mild went to Ham. for orange crats. very scarce drove over the whole town only got 75. Had Stewarts over for the evening. Geo + Will Hammond had {rumor?} { } truck struck by train at cert. st crossing truck badly smashed and both of them badly bruised

Jan 7th.

Mr + Mrs Hammond and son nearly dead in the night from coal gas escaping from furnace

Jan 8th

A little colder again drove down town sent Jerry $10 he asked for $15.00

Jan 9th

Cool + bright a very fine winter day but cold had Winnipeg on Radio again last night

Jan 10th.

Moore + Brown up for stealing coal + selling booze Moore fined $200 or 3 months Brown fined $400 or 3 months Fair + cold lots of snow, good sleighing motoring good on highway

Jan 11th

Sunday Cold about zero snowing most of the day.

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