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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 5.pdf

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country. with lots of Cactus some as large as Apple Trees, with snow in the distance. Madge took some snaps of the back up train the hills. Arrived at San Bernardino at about noon Madge took me and the children picture here have one of both {unsure} before taken here. arrived Pasadena about 2 P.M. warm here Electric fans going in the car. arrived Los Angeles at 2.30 PM. had to change cars for San Diego. Passed through orange, walnut, and {unsure} groves. and thousands of acres of grapes after leaving Los Angeles. Also saw the first view of the Pacific ocean and saw the sun set over the water: arrived on time at 630 P.M. Mr. Clayton met us at the station, and told us he had a bungalow rented already to move in at $45 per month, and that Mrs. Clayton and one of the little girls were cooking our supper. We were certainly glad of a

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