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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 10.pdf

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one corner of it, and intend going back again.

Dec 30th Warmer today drove with Mr. Walker to Spring Valley to see Mrs. Clayton's sister Mrs. Golden it was about 11 miles there out El. Cajon ave. through La Mesa a small place among the hills. they seemed to make us very welcome. Mr. Golden was away working.

Dec 31 We drove down town shopping. some juices here are about the same as home. Sugar is about the same {7cents lb-}. Milk 15 c {cents} quart. Butter some stores 56c some 48c lb. depends on where you buy. Meat is {unsure} than at home. Vegetables are all in bunches 54 and all new. none stored. Eggs pretty high here 44 to 55 cts doz. according to size. Potatoes from 6 to 10 lbs for a quarter. Grape fruits 25 cts a doz. at some places. other places 54 each each Orange all juices 15 c doz to 50 c

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