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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 6.pdf

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place to go. Took the street car, and arrived O.K. at 3619 {Arizona?} st (our address) and supper was all ready for us. Our trunks arrived later. All tired out & sick with colds.

Dec 16th. Bright & sunny went for a walk a couple of blocks, but came home and went to bed. Madge got some medicine down at the corner. She is also sick with some thwart.

Dec 17th. in bed all day a great way to celebrate our trip here - Mr. Clayton called tonight to see how we were.

Dec 18th. In bed yet but cold is some better. had Dr. Barclay call. left some prescriptions for both of us. Madge has 7 {unsure}. the weather here is cloudy & cool today. with some rain this morning.

Dec 19th Sunday. up for a while but not out. had Mrs. Clayton call to see us we feel the cold here at nights. After being used to a warm house at home I guess

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