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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1928

Franklin McMillan Diary 1928 24.pdf

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June 30th: Showers in the morning, picked 35 x 36 lb. shipped to Toronto, sold at... July 1st: Sunday, warm, went to La Salle Park about 5 PM and had picnic. July 2nd: Very warm, must have been 90 in the shade as it was 103 in the sun beside the barn. Berries soft & really cooked, taking most of them to Upham's Jam Factory. July 3rd: Very warm again, picked 66 crates of strawberries. July 4th: Warm yet about 90 in the shade. They say only picked 57 crates today, some of the year. July 5th: Fine + cool, shipped 78 crates of berries to garden parties, not all. 164 took balance of 23 crates to Jam Factory. July 6th: Only 48 crates of berries today, sold 18 at 164 at Balducci Factory. July 7th: Very warm again, about the hottest this year, hoeing all day.

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