Millett moved to Mesa from Los Angeles in 1916. She describes the trip that took her family seven days in a Model T. Ford. She describes the big changes from Los Angeles including having no refrigeration or electricity and being completely dependent on mesquite wood. She also describes using wet burlap to keep things cool. Millet married Williams Howard Millett a native of Mesa and they had six children. Howard was in the first group that went to World War I from Arizona. The Milletts were farmers and Howard also worked as a melon inspector. She talks about following the melon harvest through several states. Millett also talks about school life and common home remedies including chaparral tea. She discusses recreation including community dances at the Mezona picnics and Pioneers Days in Phoenix.