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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 14.pdf

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in the Imperial Valley at Calexico. & Mexacali along the Mexican border about 150 miles from here, but we did not feel them here.

Jan 4th Went out University to Washington and on to Ft. Stockton Drive out in the Mission Hill District. St in a nice residential section with some lovely homes but streets and all curves & corners. if a man came home drunk he certainly would get lost or break his neck on the way we wanted to get to old Town from here. after getting lost a few times we managed to get down the hill and on to the La Jolla ave which took us direct to Ramona's Marriage Place we all enjoyed walking around the garden among the flowers. took some more pictures inside also some outside Mithe Park were the first American Flag was raised in Calif. came home by California St. Down near the water. saw some warships in the harbor

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