Ranche Diary Oct. 7th to 1948 Goldie, James
A diary maintained by James Goldie from 1948 to1950 for the Rainbow Ranche; deals mainly with weather conditions, daily activities and farming business: pruning, spraying, irrigating, thinning, picking and hauling. Five loose inserts: - newspaper clipping dated Feb. 23, 1950, "Heavy Loss Foreseen For Soft Fruits" - 3 dealing with spraying DDT and Parathion - newspaper clipping from The Financial Post dated September 30, 1950, "Tax Heads Stuck with Cheques Can't Find Right People to Pay" notes that 75000 Canadians had yet to collect the refundable portion of their wartime taxes.
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