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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 12.pdf

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of us all together sitting on the grass. while we were listening to the organ recital.

Jan 2nd. Sunday. Fine and warm thought we would drive to Ocean Beach as disappointed when we arrived there it was cold cloudy and foggy, we went out on the rocks, and the girls enjoyed gathering some shells. on the way we passed the field of the Air line between San Diego and Los Angeles. there were a few planes in the air at that time also passed the Naval Training school. it was a large place and the ground around it looked well kept up like a park. when we got back home the sun was still shing you would not think there would be such a change in 5 or 6 miles.

Jan 3rd Went down to get Transfer and License for car, after being passed around from one to another finally got them. Transfer

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