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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 7.pdf

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Dec 20th. Went for a short walk around the block nice and sunny. both feeling pretty sick yet.

Dec 21st Colder today and raining did not go any place.

Dec 22nd Cool but sunny took snaps of the girls by a palm tree and a bunch of Poinsett their big Christmas flowers here.

Dec 23rd. Fine this morning went for a walk in the back of Balboa Park. There is nothing here but sage & bushes. rained in the afternoon.

Dec 24th. Fine & clear went for a walk. Madge bot {bought or could be got} some Xmas presents and some toys for the children's stockings, which they left for Santa. cool again tonight papers say coldest weather for years in Calif. snow flurries in Pasadene and other places.

Christmas Day. some warmer went to Mission Cliff Gardens. took some snaps of the flowers not nearly as nice as {unsure} years ago. but guess they

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