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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 11.pdf

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Cabbage 1c to 44 lb - same as other things depends were {where} you buy them. they ask any thing they like Bread and Groceries about the same as at home went to Balboa Park in the afternoon, went through the Botanical Buildings they were full of all kinds of ferns, plants palms, etc from Tropical countries. Also saw the Japanese Tea Gardens and walked through a lot of paths. it was a lovely day. the warmest yet up to 70-

New Years. Day. Fine and warm one of our finest days. Had a big blow out for dinner. Then drove to Balboa Park the place to go when it is to late to go any other place, but you can go often as you like and not get tired of it, for you cane always see some thing new as it is so large. Took snaps of the Tower and County building and some of the children, and a young fellow took one

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