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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 3.pdf

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went for a walk for a few blocks there. back to the station after a short wait we got on the Continental Ltd. we leave at 815 PM we expected to stop at the {Hamey?} houses. but our {unsure} where for the wrong train. All tired and sleepy and feeling punk with bad colds.

Dec 13th. in the state of Kansas this morning. just stop Kansas City at 830 AM stayed one hour cold here but no snow. after leaving here we see nothing only cow fields and their hay stacked in the fields. at 1215 passed a small town called Lebo. went out on observation can but. very cold took snaps at {unsure. Ottawa or Altawa} Jet. and Emporia. at Newton at 240 .PM and at {unsure}. 4.20 P.M. looks like a fairly large city. Arrived at Dodge City at dark. Turned our watches back another hour/\.

Dec 14th. First stop at Las Vegas. N.M. ground covered with snow here. the country is hilly with small evergreen trees scattered

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