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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 8.pdf

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will be better later on. on the way back we all got weighed Mother 117, myself 140, Charlotte 42 1/2, Dorie 35, Alan 25. Mother and Alan had their coats on.

Dec 26th Sunday Fine & clear went for walks in the afternoon and morning too and mother and Charlottle went to church in the evening.

Dec 27th We all went out to Claytons in the afternoon and stayed for supper had a nice visit. Met a Mrs. Barrett a sister of Mrs. Clayton and a Mr. Walker a friend of Claytons, who wants to sell us a car.

Dec 28th Took a lunch and went by street car to Balboa Park. Had our lunch in Pepper Grove there were 12 or 15 Peacocks walking around. The weather was fine & warm. we took a couple of snaps, then we heard the Organ playing and we took a cut across to it down one will and up another but got there in time

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