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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 17.pdf

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again first was a few up Donkeys then Buffalos had a snap holding a water Buffalos horn but I was outside the fence you bet. then there was all kinds of Elks and Deers. a pair of Zebra's a bunch of Kangaroo's a lot of mountain sheep and sheep and goats from foreign countries, and on the way out saw a warty hog. had big warts on the sides of its face. they came from Africa and 3 of them cost $1500

Jan 8th Started out for a picnic today. called at Claytons and got Mrs Clayton and the two girls {unsure} going into the mountains by Murphy Canyon, but the road had been washed out by rain so drove a few miles up down Mission Valley a Vegetable growing section saw some good looking celery. the road was very rough was glad when we came to the highway which we followed to La Jolla a nice town along the beach about

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