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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 15.pdf

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Jan 5th. Went down Pershing drive and across 16th St to Imperial ave. out past Eneanto a small village among the hills, and on to Lemon Grove. saw a few good looking Lemon and Orange groves here also saw a couple of new picking green peas seems pretty early in the year. Took some snaps of the hills. called at Mrs Claytons after we got back to write them to go for a drive on Saturday.

Jan 6th. Cloudy today. taking it easy. went down town through the Park and out by 8th street some hill I should say, done some shopping and came back by 12th st. and Pershing Drive. which is the shortest way home for us.

Jan 7th. Packed a lunch and left early for the Zoo in Balboa Park. first we saw some Elephant seals in a large tank of water the largest of the men said weighed

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