"The White Pine King" Felled for Commercial Use Dec. 12th, 1911


Loading Logs on 500 Line with Steam Loader



Redwood Timber Felling
Title:
Redwood Timber Felling
Divided Back unused


"A Load" - Lumbering in Northern Minnesota
Title:
"A Load" - Lumbering in Northern Minnesota
Divided Back unused



Log Section on Cars
Title:
Log Section on Cars
Divided Back unused


"Straughan's Redwood Loghouse-1900 Years Old-From California's Redwood Empire"
Title:
"Straughan's Redwood Loghouse-1900 Years Old-From California's Redwood Empire"
Chatsworth California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
HOUSE BUILT INSIDE OF REDWOOD LOG Tree was 14 ft. in diameter at base, 267 ft. high, 1900 years old. Log was cut out of a tree 65 ft. above base. Log contained 16,500 Board Feet of Lumber. Length of log-33 Ft.-Height 9 ft. 4 in.-Width at large end-8 ft.-Height at small end 8 ft. 6 in. LOG WAS CUT ON PROPERTY OF HAMMOND LUMBER CO.



Five Houses Enroute to the Sawmill
Title:
Five Houses Enroute to the Sawmill
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet is being transported to a nearby mill or railroad where it will be reloaded for shipment to a more distant mill. Logging is still the primary industry of Washington and Oregon.


Unloading Lumber
Title:
Unloading Lumber
California (CA), Real Photo



Washington Fir, 11 Ft. Diameter
Title:
Washington Fir, 11 Ft. Diameter
Sedro-Woolley Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-27


Cutting a Large Log
Title:
Cutting a Large Log
Oak Point Washington (WA), Real Photo PM 1911 Apr-5



A Steam Log Loader
Title:
A Steam Log Loader
Real Photo unused


If you're looking for a fine feller - what about me? boy felling a tree with an ax
Title:
If you're looking for a fine feller - what about me? boy felling a tree with an ax
Divided Back PM 1938 Aug-18

Description:
Vera Paterson Series 3206



Western Washington Fir Log
Title:
Western Washington Fir Log
Washington (WA), Real Photo PM 1951 Feb-24


Train Hauling Old Growth Timber
Title:
Train Hauling Old Growth Timber
Real Photo unused



Up to Date Method of Hauling Logs to Mill
Title:
Up to Date Method of Hauling Logs to Mill
Humboldt County California (CA), Divided Back unused


Washington Douglas Fir Log
Title:
Washington Douglas Fir Log
Real Photo

Description:
On Marysville & Northern train car.



Logging Operation
Title:
Logging Operation
Real Photo unused


Working Logging Camp
Title:
Working Logging Camp
Real Photo



Log Hauling On The Oregon Coast Highway
Title:
Log Hauling On The Oregon Coast Highway
Real Photo PM 1954 Jun-7


Maine Logging Camp - The Cook at the "Bean-Hole"
Title:
Maine Logging Camp - The Cook at the "Bean-Hole"
Divided Back unused



A Maine Logging Camp
Title:
A Maine Logging Camp
Maine (ME), Divided Back unused

Description:
Where Health Abounds. The home of that rugged American type, the lumbermen of Maine. The forests of the Pine Tree State offer unlimited elbow room, perfect freedom and uncontaminated ozone. Here big game abounds. Digestion waits on appetite and health on both. The blazing hearth, the bean hole and the deacon post are institutions which the ennuied and brain-fagged workers of the elites should know and cultivate.


Loading Logs in Woods
Title:
Loading Logs in Woods




Seven Workmen with Logging Machinery and Timber in Background
Title:
Seven Workmen with Logging Machinery and Timber in Background
Real Photo unused


Marinette County Historical Logging Museum
Title:
Marinette County Historical Logging Museum
Stephenson Island Marinette Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Marinette County Historical Logging Museum-Stephenson Island Marinette, Wisconsin 54143 True-to-Life Replica of Logging Era Transportation of Pine Logs from Woods to River. Giant Loads were Sledded Over Iced Roads. Koppell Color Cards



Fir Plywood Manufacturing Pacific Northwest
Title:
Fir Plywood Manufacturing Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
Whitland Locke The manufacturing of fir plywood from giant peeler logs is a major industry in the Pacific Northwest. This view shows a plywood lathe peeling sheets of green veneer.


Horses Pulling Extra Long Log
Title:
Horses Pulling Extra Long Log
Real Photo



Logging in Oregon
Title:
Logging in Oregon
Chrome unused


Large Timber, Oregon
Title:
Large Timber, Oregon
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Women Clearing the Homestead for Father
Title:
Women Clearing the Homestead for Father
Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-27


Logging Tall Timber
Title:
Logging Tall Timber
Washington (WA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Group of Loggers in 1905
Title:
Group of Loggers in 1905
Real Photo PM 1905


Cattle Pulling a Log
Title:
Cattle Pulling a Log
Real Photo



Logs at a Lumber Mill with Workers
Title:
Logs at a Lumber Mill with Workers
Real Photo unused


A Giant of the California Forest Not Speared by the Woodsmen
Title:
A Giant of the California Forest Not Speared by the Woodsmen
Redwoods California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Logging Train on the Way to the Mill
Title:
Logging Train on the Way to the Mill
California (CA), Divided Back unused


Log Section on Cars
Title:
Log Section on Cars
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2205



Felling a huge Redwood in the Big Tree Grove
Title:
Felling a huge Redwood in the Big Tree Grove
Santa Cruz California (CA), Divided Back unused


Logging
Title:
Logging
Real Photo unused



9 Foot Cedar
Title:
9 Foot Cedar
Western Washington Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


9 Foot Cedar
Title:
9 Foot Cedar
Western Washington Washington (WA), Real Photo unused



In the Southern Lumber District
Title:
In the Southern Lumber District
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-24


A Prostrate Giant
Title:
A Prostrate Giant
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The lumbering of the big trees of the Pacific Coast is an altogether unique industry. Where the old-time lumbermen in other localities depended upon conveying his logs by ice roads in wither, or floating them down streams at spring freshers, the Pacific Coast lumberman has to get along without any such aid, for though the latitude in which the big trees are found is almost the same as that of Labrador, snow and ice are almost unknown



A Monster Tree Stump
Title:
A Monster Tree Stump
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
In the accompanying picture, seventeen men may be seen standing upon the ragged and splintered stump of a giant tree, and by no means occupying all the space. On the Pacific Coast, these monster tree stumps are often put to odd use. At one point in California dances are frequently held with a huge tree stump as a dancing floor, and there are a number of instances in which the stump of one of the big trees has been made to serve as the foundation for a fair-sized hosue


Log Section on Cars
Title:
Log Section on Cars
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-15

Description:
This picture illustrates how the log lengths, into which a big tree is cut, will be taken to the mill, are conveyed on special railroad cars. The log shown in this picture, which cut up to more than 40,000 shingles. The loading of these logs on to the railroad trucks is, in itself, a delicate and dangerous task. By means of chains the log is drawn up an inclined pathway formed of dressed logs, and finally landed in place, wen it is secured to the trucks



Murphy Lumber Co. Quincy
Title:
Murphy Lumber Co. Quincy
Real Photo unused


A Group of People with Lumber
Title:
A Group of People with Lumber
Real Photo unused



Logging
Title:
Logging
Real Photo


Men Working at Lumber Mill
Title:
Men Working at Lumber Mill
Real Photo unused



Three Men Cutting Trees
Title:
Three Men Cutting Trees
Real Photo unused


Hauling Pine Logs in the Scenic Northwest
Title:
Hauling Pine Logs in the Scenic Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
Here sound the cry of Timber---r as huge trunks fall earthward. This area abounding in mountain and lakes is not only ideal for the sportsman, but nature has endowed it with a multitude of industrial and agricultural advantages



Maine Logging Camp
Title:
Maine Logging Camp
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Maine Logging Camp, The Cook at the Bean-hole
Title:
Maine Logging Camp, The Cook at the Bean-hole
Maine (ME), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Log Hauling Near Ft. Smith, Arkansas
Title:
Log Hauling Near Ft. Smith, Arkansas
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1332


Caution - Muscles at Work
Title:
Caution - Muscles at Work
Chrome PM 1964 Jul-8

Description:
Colorful view of the underut required in areas inaccessible to modern equipment among the "big trees" of Washington and Oregon



Logging in Washington
Title:
Logging in Washington
Real Photo unused


Giant Fir Logs, Western Washington
Title:
Giant Fir Logs, Western Washington
Washington (WA), Real Photo PM 1949 Aug-29



Hauling Logs in Oregon to Mine's Mill
Title:
Hauling Logs in Oregon to Mine's Mill
Real Photo


Man Alongside Logging Vehicle
Title:
Man Alongside Logging Vehicle
California (CA), Real Photo unused



Major Industry - Lumbering - in the Scenic Pacific Northwest
Title:
Major Industry - Lumbering - in the Scenic Pacific Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
Lumber is king here .... mountain-like stacks of it at the mills .... a familiar sight in this area where rich stands of timber comprise over 25% of the total saw timber in the United States. Thousands of acres of forest land are logged annually


An old time lumber mill scene
Title:
An old time lumber mill scene
Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-17



Timber Falling - Western Washington
Title:
Timber Falling - Western Washington
Chrome unused

Description:
Josef Scaylea The modern chain saw is now used to fall the monarchs of the forest


A California Big Stick
Title:
A California Big Stick
Divided Back PM 1906



Leisure Hour in a Western Logging Camp
Title:
Leisure Hour in a Western Logging Camp
Divided Back unused


Idaho Lumber
Title:
Idaho Lumber
Divided Back unused



Hauling Jarrah by Team
Title:
Hauling Jarrah by Team
Divided Back unused


Pine Timber in the Scenic Pacific Northwest
Title:
Pine Timber in the Scenic Pacific Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
Northwestern lumber is used throughout the nation. Directly connected are its industries manufacturing wood products, wood pulp, sulphite. This area also noted for mining and smelting, flour and grist mills, meat packing, canning and preserving



View of Big Trees in Washington State
Title:
View of Big Trees in Washington State
Divided Back unused


Log Raft
Title:
Log Raft
Deposit New York (NY), Real Photo



Lumber outside of Depot
Title:
Lumber outside of Depot
Real Photo


TL-6D Trakloader - Washington Iron Works
Title:
TL-6D Trakloader - Washington Iron Works
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
In use at Bislig Bay, Philippines



TL-15 Trakloader - Washington Iron Works
Title:
TL-15 Trakloader - Washington Iron Works
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Interlocking Washington Yarder - Washington Iron Works
Title:
Interlocking Washington Yarder - Washington Iron Works
Jumbo/Large Format unused



The Original World Famous Log House
Title:
The Original World Famous Log House
California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Washington iron Works
Title:
Washington iron Works
Seattle Washington (WA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Logging with mobile spar and Model 207 Washington yarder



Washington Iron Works interlocking yarders
Title:
Washington Iron Works interlocking yarders
Seattle Washington (WA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Washington Iron Works TL-3 Trakloader
Title:
Washington Iron Works TL-3 Trakloader
Jumbo/Large Format unused



Washington Iron Works TL-6 Trakloader
Title:
Washington Iron Works TL-6 Trakloader
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Washington Iron Works Trackloader
Title:
Washington Iron Works Trackloader
Jumbo/Large Format unused



Logging Truck Crossing River in the Forest
Title:
Logging Truck Crossing River in the Forest
California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
In the forests of Northern California, where multiple use has become a way of life rather than just the dream of a few idealists. That a forest can provide both lumber for your home and recreation for your family has been proven both possible and practical


Cutting Timber
Title:
Cutting Timber
Real Photo unused



People at Lumber Mill
Title:
People at Lumber Mill
Real Photo unused


Modern Logging Equipment
Title:
Modern Logging Equipment
Chrome unused

Description:
Logging is mainstay of Nootka Sound region. Modern equipment such as this steel spar "tree" and log-loader operate throughout Tahsis Tree Farm,keeping Tahsis sawmill and Gold River pulp mill supplied Dexter Color Canada, Inc



Logging in the Northwest
Title:
Logging in the Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet (1 log), enough to build 5 complete 6 room houses, shown passing between two railroad flatcars also proceeding to a nearby mill Smith-Western Co


Logging in Russia
Title:
Logging in Russia
Chrome unused



Modern Woodmen of America
Title:
Modern Woodmen of America
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-25


Towing Log Raft from Columbia River to Pacific Ocean
Title:
Towing Log Raft from Columbia River to Pacific Ocean
Divided Back unused



Bridge at Marvine Lodge
Title:
Bridge at Marvine Lodge
Colorado (CO), Real Photo


Trapper's Cabin and Cache
Title:
Trapper's Cabin and Cache
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Loggers in the Forest
Title:
Loggers in the Forest
Real Photo PM 1911 Apr-18


Northwest Havest of Logs
Title:
Northwest Havest of Logs
Chrome unused

Description:
A trainload of logs on its way to some distant mill with Mt. Rainier in the background



Hauling Big Trees
Title:
Hauling Big Trees
California (CA), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-7


Log Raft on the Columbia River
Title:
Log Raft on the Columbia River
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-2



Log Rollers
Title:
Log Rollers
Real Photo


Hauling fine logs in the scenic Pacific Northwest
Title:
Hauling fine logs in the scenic Pacific Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
Here sounds the cry of Timber---r as huge trunks fall earthward. This area abounding in mountain and lakes is not only ideal for the sportsman, but nature has endowed it with a multitude of industrial and agricultural advantages



Modern Logging Tractor At Work
Title:
Modern Logging Tractor At Work
Linen unused

Description:
This is a modern logging 'cat' with winch and logging arch bringing out a big 40' fir log containing 6,340 board feet of timber - enough to build a four room house. The tractor unit will take it to the truck road from where it will be hauled to the sawmill


Timbering in the Pacific Northwest
Title:
Timbering in the Pacific Northwest
Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1949 Jul-25

Description:
Oregon Timber One-fifth of the standing timber in the United States grows within Oregon's borders. There are 395,776,229,000 standing feet of timber in Oregon Tichnor Bros., Inc



Big Tree in California
Title:
Big Tree in California
California (CA), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-10

Description:
Series 20181


An Oregon "Big Stick"
Title:
An Oregon "Big Stick"
Portland Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-6

Description:
No. 2959 Series Olds, Wortman & Kling, Portland OR



Timber Scene
Title:
Timber Scene
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1132


The Cedar Log perfectly sound
Title:
The Cedar Log perfectly sound
Divided Back PM Jun-15

Description:
Largest stump, 10 1/2 ft. diameter. Cedar Log beneath stump 5 1/2 ft. diameter; average number rings to inch, twenty-three



Log Boom In The Northwest
Title:
Log Boom In The Northwest
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2761A


Log Boom In The Northwest
Title:
Log Boom In The Northwest
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2761A



Lumber Camp And Sawmill
Title:
Lumber Camp And Sawmill
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1837


Logging The Largest Timber In The World Redwood
Title:
Logging The Largest Timber In The World Redwood
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1162



Log Tow Snohomish River
Title:
Log Tow Snohomish River
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2760


Fir Log "Washington"
Title:
Fir Log "Washington"
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-01

Description:
Series 831



Children on Logs
Title:
Children on Logs
Real Photo PM 1906 Aug-08


Dumping Logs From Train Into River
Title:
Dumping Logs From Train Into River
Washington (WA), White Border unused



Big Wheel Log Hauler
Title:
Big Wheel Log Hauler
Real Photo unused


Tons Of Toothpicks
Title:
Tons Of Toothpicks
Chrome PM 1922 Aug-22



Logging Camp
Title:
Logging Camp
Scenic Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


A Small Lumber Mill In The Pacific Northwest
Title:
A Small Lumber Mill In The Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
A pond filled with logs ready to be cut into lumber



Fir Plywood Industry Pacific Northwest
Title:
Fir Plywood Industry Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
The Manufacturing of fir plywood from giant peeler logs is a major industry in the Pacific Northwest. This view shows a Plywood Lathe peeling sheets of green veneer.


Logging In The Northwest
Title:
Logging In The Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet (1 log), enough to build 5 complete 6 room houses, shown passing between two railroad flatcars also proceeding to a nearby mill.



Logging Museum, Collier State Park
Title:
Logging Museum, Collier State Park
Chrome unused

Description:
The Dolbeer Steam Donkey was an emigrant from the great Redwood forests of California. It moved the huge pines of this great Eastern Slope many times faster than its sweating namesakes


Logging Truck
Title:
Logging Truck
Chrome unused

Description:
One of the most thrilling sights in the West is these large diesel trucks hauling logs on mountain roads



Medford Corp Mill
Title:
Medford Corp Mill
Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Lumber is king here . . . mountain like stacks of it at the Medford Corp. Mill . . . a familiar sight in Oregon whose rich stands of timber comprise nearly 25% of the total saw timber in the United States. Thousands of acres of forest land are logged annually in the Douglas fir region


Oregon Sawmill
Title:
Oregon Sawmill
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern Loading equipment eases the work load at many of the Sawmills scattered throughout the State



Oregon Sawmill
Title:
Oregon Sawmill
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
This scene shows one of the well-integrated lumber mills frequently seen while passing through this state. In the foreground is the Log Pond, to the right center is the ?Cold Deck? where logs are stacked and in the rear is the mill where the lumber is cut and kiln dried. The large burners dispose of the waste.


Pacific Northwest Toothpicks
Title:
Pacific Northwest Toothpicks
Chrome unused

Description:
This logging scene is typical of many log trains which the tourist will see sin Washington and Oregon. Logging is still the primary industry of these two states



Paul Bunyan's Toothpicks
Title:
Paul Bunyan's Toothpicks
Chrome unused


Toothpicks Western Style
Title:
Toothpicks Western Style
Chrome unused



Welcome To Oregon
Title:
Welcome To Oregon
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
We made it? ?Tons of Plywood?


Giant Fir Log
Title:
Giant Fir Log
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Giant fir log from the forests of Western Washington. This log is 11 ? feet across the butt and contained 13.700 board feet. The logging crew shown here was proud of this one



Pacific Northwest
Title:
Pacific Northwest
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A single log, notched to fit between truck uprights, being hauled to harvest from a forest in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Logger's Jubilees and Festivals of world championship competitions can be seen in many logging towns throughout the northwest. Logging is the northwest main industry.


Pacific Northwest
Title:
Pacific Northwest
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A single log, notched to fit between truck uprights, being hauled to harvest from a forest in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Logger's Jubilees and Festivals of world championship competitions can be seen in many logging towns throughout the northwest. Logging is the northwest main industry.



Spectacular Fir Log
Title:
Spectacular Fir Log
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Colorful view of a Pacific Northwest ?Giant? as often seen on the huge log trucks traveling through Oregon and Washington forest areas enroute to the picturesque saw mills ? this unusually large single log measures nearly 12 feet across the butt end and contained more than 17,000 board feet of lumber.


Toothpicks Of Oregon
Title:
Toothpicks Of Oregon
Oregon (OR), Continental Chrome unused



Logging On The Tanana River
Title:
Logging On The Tanana River
Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused


Log Train In The North-West
Title:
Log Train In The North-West
Linen unused



Hauling Pine Logs
Title:
Hauling Pine Logs
Linen unused

Description:
Hauling pine logs in the scenic pacific northwest. Here sounds the cry of Timber . . r as huge trunks fall earthward. This area abounding in mountain and lakes is not only ideal for the sportsman, but nature has endowed it with a multitude of industrial and agricultural advantages.


Logging In Washington And Oregon
Title:
Logging In Washington And Oregon
Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
Roadside scenes such as this are not uncommon as we see a truck and flat-car loaded with timber which will be transported to a nearby mill for transformation into one of the many by products of the highly productive forests of the pacific Northwest



Northwest Harvest
Title:
Northwest Harvest
Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
A trainload of logs on its way to some distant mill with Mt. Rainier in the background


Tons Of Toothpicks
Title:
Tons Of Toothpicks
California (CA), Chrome unused



Logging in Winter
Title:
Logging in Winter
White Border PM 1938 Jul-10


Log Boom
Title:
Log Boom
Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Forming a log boom in early spring to send the logs down stream to the mills



Timber Scene
Title:
Timber Scene
Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-12


Giant Log En Route To Mill
Title:
Giant Log En Route To Mill
Linen unused

Description:
This great log and many thousands similar logs are being cut from Oregon and Washington forests. They are rapidly transported on great auto trucks to mills for cutting into special high grade lumber



Log Boom Passing Through Deception Pass
Title:
Log Boom Passing Through Deception Pass
Washington (WA), Linen unused

Description:
Log Boom passing through deception pass, Washington-P127


The Cry Of Timber---R
Title:
The Cry Of Timber---R
Linen unused

Description:
The cry of "Timber….r" sounds as huge logs roll through the water on their way to the mills. This area abounding in mountain and lakes is not only ideal for the sportsman, but nature has endowed it with a multitude of industrial and agricultural advantages.



Tugboat With Braille Of 32 Ft. Logs
Title:
Tugboat With Braille Of 32 Ft. Logs
Chrome unused

Description:
Tugboat with Braille of 32 ft. logs on Lake Charcoal. Water transportation, slow but economical, plays an important part in North Idaho's huge lumber industry. Large lakes and rivers are numerous in the vicinity.


Douglas Big Log
Title:
Douglas Big Log
Astoria Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



In Peace Full Valley
Title:
In Peace Full Valley
Moorcroft Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
The Peaceful Valley, Where they say nothing and saw Wood.


Tons Of Toothpicks
Title:
Tons Of Toothpicks
Chrome PM 1963 Aug-22



Lumber Train
Title:
Lumber Train
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lumber Train, Emptying Logs into Saw Mill Basin, In the Northwest.


The Woodmen
Title:
The Woodmen
Divided Back PM 1906



Western Washington Fir Log
Title:
Western Washington Fir Log
Scenic Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Lumber Camp At Northville, N. Y.
Title:
Lumber Camp At Northville, N. Y.
Northville New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Fir Plywood Manufacturing Pacific Northwest
Title:
Fir Plywood Manufacturing Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
THE MANUFACTURING OF FIR PLYWOOD FROM GIANT PEELER LOGS IS A MAJOR INDUSTRY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. THIS VIEW SHOWS A PLYWOOD LATHE PEELING SHEETS OF GREEN VENEER


Log Jam
Title:
Log Jam
Penobscot River Maine (ME), Linen PM 1950



The Log Pond
Title:
The Log Pond
Chrome unused

Description:
Logging on the Moose river in the Black River Valley


Giant Log En Route To Mill
Title:
Giant Log En Route To Mill
Linen unused

Description:
This great log and many thousands similar logs are being cut from Oregon and Washington forests. They are rapidly transported on great auto trucks to mills for cutting into special high grade lumber



Northwest Lumber Mill
Title:
Northwest Lumber Mill
Chrome unused

Description:
Mills such as this are numerous throughout Western Washington and Western Oregon. The whine of saws and throb of steam rigs are representative of lumbering - the Northwest's leading industry


Oregon And Washington Toothpicks
Title:
Oregon And Washington Toothpicks
Linen unused

Description:
A familiar road scene depicting transportation of the primary industrial product of these two states



A Maine Woodpile
Title:
A Maine Woodpile
Maine (ME), Chrome unused

Description:
Seen throughout the State are many huge piles of pulpwood used in the manufacturing of paper, one of Maine's major industries.


Logging In The Pacific Northwest
Title:
Logging In The Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet is being transported to a nearby mill or railroad where it will be reloaded for shipment to a more distant mill. Logging is still the primary industry of Washington and Oregon.



Log Truck
Title:
Log Truck
Chrome unused

Description:
Motorists will not forget these loads of huge logs enroute to the mills


Log Train On Trestle
Title:
Log Train On Trestle
Chrome unused

Description:
Log Train on Trestle Pacific Northwest. Another load of logs on their way to a nearby mill, where they will become a by-product of the forests or a home.



Giant Fir Log
Title:
Giant Fir Log
Chrome PM 1959

Description:
This 13,000 board feet speciman is typical of the giants still found in the virgin forests of Oregon and Washington. A lot of lumber in this one.


A Northwest Sawmill And Log Pond
Title:
A Northwest Sawmill And Log Pond
Chrome PM 1957



Famous One Log Redwood House
Title:
Famous One Log Redwood House
Chrome unused

Description:
Famous "One Log" House cut from Redwood tree over 2100 years old. Art Schmock and a helper needed 8 months of hard labor to hollow out the log into a room 7 ft. high and 32 ft. long, weighing about 42 tons.


A Major Industry - Lumbering
Title:
A Major Industry - Lumbering
Linen PM 1946

Description:
In the scenic Pacific Northwest. Lumber is king here mountain stacks of it at the miles a familiar sight in this area where rich stands of timber comprise over 25% of the total saw timber in the United States. Thousands of acres of land are logged annually



A Major Industry - Lumbering
Title:
A Major Industry - Lumbering
Linen PM 1946

Description:
In the scenic Pacific Northwest. Lumber is king here mountain stacks of it at the miles a familiar sight in this area where rich stands of timber comprise over 25% of the total saw timber in the United States. Thousands of acres of land are logged annually


Logging: A Famous Wisconsin Industry
Title:
Logging: A Famous Wisconsin Industry
Sheboygan Wisconsin (WI), White Border unused



A Maine Logging Camp
Title:
A Maine Logging Camp
Scenic Maine (ME), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The Cook At the "Bean hole".


Log Dump
Title:
Log Dump
Scenic Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1912



A Washington Fir Near The Forestry Building
Title:
A Washington Fir Near The Forestry Building
Scenic Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
University of the State of Washington. This timber is 4 feet square and 74 feet long.


A Maine Logging Camp
Title:
A Maine Logging Camp
Scenic Maine (ME), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Ocean Vessel Loading Lumber In The Pacific Northwest
Title:
Ocean Vessel Loading Lumber In The Pacific Northwest
Linen PM 1949


Logs Floating on the River
Title:
Logs Floating on the River
White Border unused



Log Pond
Title:
Log Pond
Chrome unused


Cutting a Giant Fir in the Northwest
Title:
Cutting a Giant Fir in the Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
Lumber is one of Washington's leading industries. Men are shown cutting down a giant of the forest, a Douglas Fir. Working on ""Spring Boards,"" they are starting a back cut after finishing an under-cut. Wedges are used to keep saw from binding and also to throw the tree



A typical scene in the Lumber District of the Northwest
Title:
A typical scene in the Lumber District of the Northwest
Divided Back unused


Log Cutters at Work, A Poor man's vacation, Don't bump so hard
Title:
Log Cutters at Work, A Poor man's vacation, Don't bump so hard
unused



A Lumberman's Workshop
Title:
A Lumberman's Workshop
Real Photo


Waugh Log Raft, Chehalis River
Title:
Waugh Log Raft, Chehalis River
Real Photo



Idaho Lumber Scene
Title:
Idaho Lumber Scene
Real Photo


Ocean-Going Log Raft, Astoria, Oregon
Title:
Ocean-Going Log Raft, Astoria, Oregon
Real Photo



Large Log Being Cut Down Center with Two-Man Saw
Title:
Large Log Being Cut Down Center with Two-Man Saw
Real Photo unused


A Crosscut at Richardson Grove
Title:
A Crosscut at Richardson Grove
Real Photo unused

Description:
Dia, 13.8 ft.,Height 310 ft. Age 1209, 95,000 board ft.



Logging in the West - A Train of Big Logs Ready for Transportation
Title:
Logging in the West - A Train of Big Logs Ready for Transportation
Real Photo


N. Duprel - Scierie-Commerce de Bois
Title:
N. Duprel - Scierie-Commerce de Bois
Fontoy unused



13-truck lumber caravan near Bellingham
Title:
13-truck lumber caravan near Bellingham
Bellingham Washington (WA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Jack Carver 100,000 Ft. of lumber in this 13 truck caravan. Larson Logging Co. Bellingham, WA. Photo by Jack Carver. Publ by Ellie. 2929


Early Day Logging
Title:
Early Day Logging
Real Photo unused

Description:
Series B-1107



Logging in East Texas
Title:
Logging in East Texas
Real Photo PM 1940 Oct-29


Giant Fir Logs Ready for the Mill
Title:
Giant Fir Logs Ready for the Mill
Bothell Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1584



Humboldt Redwood
Title:
Humboldt Redwood
Real Photo unused

Description:
Meiser Foto by Meiner


Loggers Standing on Cut Timber and Sitting on Machinery
Title:
Loggers Standing on Cut Timber and Sitting on Machinery
California (CA), Real Photo

Description:
Probably Northern California



Seven Loggers with Machinery & Cut Timber, Trees in Background
Title:
Seven Loggers with Machinery & Cut Timber, Trees in Background
Eureka California (CA), Real Photo

Description:
Writing on card indicates Eureka, 1909


Logging in the Maine Woods
Title:
Logging in the Maine Woods
Rangeley Maine (ME), White Border



Pioneers of Howard City
Title:
Pioneers of Howard City
Howard City Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Lumber Camp and Saw Mill
Title:
Lumber Camp and Saw Mill
Divided Back unused



Scouts Assisting Forestry Commission
Title:
Scouts Assisting Forestry Commission
Denver Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1918 May-05

Description:
Photo by Walter C. Jay, Set. Cmr.


Logging in the Dismal Swamp
Title:
Logging in the Dismal Swamp
Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Lumber Mill "La Blanca"
Title:
Lumber Mill "La Blanca"
Real Photo unused


In the Sierra's
Title:
In the Sierra's
Butte Co California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
"Just In With A Log" The Kieth Mill on Moroville Ridge, near Clipper Mills



Maine Logging Camp and Saw Mill
Title:
Maine Logging Camp and Saw Mill
Maine (ME), Divided Back


Men Move Felled Logs Along a River
Title:
Men Move Felled Logs Along a River
Divided Back unused



Five Houses Enroute to the Sawmill, Logging in the Pacific Northwest
Title:
Five Houses Enroute to the Sawmill, Logging in the Pacific Northwest
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet is being transported to a nearby mill or railroad where it will be reloaded for shipment to a more distant mill. Logging is still the primary industry of Washington and Oregon


Giant Fir Tree
Title:
Giant Fir Tree
Washington (WA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909



Some Big Timbers Ready for the Saw Mills
Title:
Some Big Timbers Ready for the Saw Mills
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-13


The Lumber Jack
Title:
The Lumber Jack
unused

Description:
John Innes Anglo Cowboy Series The Lumber-Jack. A cheery careless soul; daily dangers, hard living makes his occasional visits to civilization, as a tule, somewhat riotous and strenuous. He is always glad to get back to the woods again. Recruited from many nations, the freemasonry of the bush breeds a strong comradeship despite differences in language, creeds and customs



In an Oregon Logging Camp
Title:
In an Oregon Logging Camp
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-4


Hauling Logs over Skid Road with Oxen
Title:
Hauling Logs over Skid Road with Oxen
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1912 Jun-14



Redwood Timber Felling
Title:
Redwood Timber Felling
California (CA), Divided Back unused


Undercutting a Redwood
Title:
Undercutting a Redwood
California (CA), Divided Back unused



The Way they Operate on Timbers in the Northwest
Title:
The Way they Operate on Timbers in the Northwest
Divided Back unused


Log Entering Sawmill, Oregon
Title:
Log Entering Sawmill, Oregon
Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-3



Oregon Toothpick
Title:
Oregon Toothpick
Oregon (OR), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Spectacular Fir Log. Colorful view of a Pacific Northwest "Giant" as often seen on the huge log trucks traveling through Oregon and Washington forest areas enroute to the picturesque saw mills - this unusually large single log measures nearly 12 feet across the butt and contained more than 17,000 board feet of lumber Dexter Press


Big Fir, Split, Lumber Scene
Title:
Big Fir, Split, Lumber Scene
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused



Logging Scene
Title:
Logging Scene
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Ocean Going Log Raft
Title:
Ocean Going Log Raft
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River is one of the big waterways of the world. Rising in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, it flows through the states of Washington and Oregon, draining an immense area. The matchless scenery along its entire length is wild and imposing reaching the climax of picturesque grandeur when it cuts the Cascade Mountain Range, forming what is known as the Columbia River Gorge, a veritable wonderland. Towering peaks, pinnacles, cathedral shaped rocks and innumerable water falls line both shores for many miles, making it the mecca of all tourists



Giant Fir Logs Ready For The Mill
Title:
Giant Fir Logs Ready For The Mill
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-28


Priest River Log Run - North Idaho
Title:
Priest River Log Run - North Idaho
Real Photo unused



Scene in the Oklahoma Logging Operations of Dierks Lumber and Coal Co
Title:
Scene in the Oklahoma Logging Operations of Dierks Lumber and Coal Co
Linen unused

Description:
Specify "Dierks" Lumber. Dierks Lumber & Coal Company operates five large modern lumber mills in Oklahoma and Arkansas, manufacturing pine and hardwood lumber famous for its fine texture, perfect milling and thorough seasoning. Make the trademark DIERKS your guide to quality lumber. Sold by leading lumber dealers everywhere


Millions of Feet of Lumber Ready for the Saw Mill
Title:
Millions of Feet of Lumber Ready for the Saw Mill
Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Oregon the source of supply



Timber Logging In The Pacific Northwest
Title:
Timber Logging In The Pacific Northwest
Linen unused

Description:
276


Logging in new Hampshire
Title:
Logging in new Hampshire
New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused



Logging Camp
Title:
Logging Camp
Divided Back unused


Undercut on a Washington Douglas Fir Tree and Two Men
Title:
Undercut on a Washington Douglas Fir Tree and Two Men
Real Photo unused

Description:
Tree and men



Some big timbers ready for the saw mills
Title:
Some big timbers ready for the saw mills
Oregon (OR), White Border PM Nov-6

Description:
Some big timbers ready for the saw mills, Oregon. The conversion of these great trees into lumber, and the industries connected therewith, has been one of the principal factors in the upbuilding of the State, and has made Oregon the greatest lumber producing center in the whole world


Fir Log
Title:
Fir Log
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 831



Lumberjacks
Title:
Lumberjacks
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-10

Description:
Series 6204


Large Timber
Title:
Large Timber
Oregon (OR), Divided Back

Description:
Series 6133



An Oregon Sapling
Title:
An Oregon Sapling
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Big Fir Tree
Title:
Big Fir Tree
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-30

Description:
Series 1009



Modern Logging Tractor At Work
Title:
Modern Logging Tractor At Work
Linen unused

Description:
This is a modern logging 'cat' with winch and logging arch bringing out a big 40' fir log containing 6,340 board feet of timber – enough to build a four room house. The tractor unit will take it to truck road from where it will be hauled by truck to the sawmill.


Highway Truckage To Oregon Mills
Title:
Highway Truckage To Oregon Mills
Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 1932



Logging
Title:
Logging
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Five Houses Enroute To The Sawmill
Title:
Five Houses Enroute To The Sawmill
Chrome unused

Description:
A load of 14,000 board feet is being transported to a nearby mill or railroad where it will be reloaded for shipment to a more distant mill. Logging is still the primary of Washington and Oregon.



Logging In Washington And Oregon
Title:
Logging In Washington And Oregon
Chrome unused

Description:
Logging truck arriving at the log ?dump? with storage pile in the background


Logging Museum, Collier State Park
Title:
Logging Museum, Collier State Park
Chrome unused

Description:
This McGiffert invention revolutionized log loading, specifically on rail cars. For the first time it was possible to load logs safely and up to fifteen times faster than logs safely and up to fifteen times faster than the Oxen it replaced.



Unloading Log Truck
Title:
Unloading Log Truck
Chrome unused

Description:
Dumping the logs into the mill pond is always an interesting sight


Caution Muscles At Work
Title:
Caution Muscles At Work
Chrome unused

Description:
Colorful view of the ?Under-Cut? required in areas inaccessible to modern equipment among the ?Big Trees? of Washington and Oregon



Logging In Oregon
Title:
Logging In Oregon
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
This mammoth loader, nicknamed the ?Elephant?, is shown here lifting the entire load of this huge logging truck with ease, then scurrying away to the mill nearby where it soon will be lumber.


Oregon Toothpicks
Title:
Oregon Toothpicks
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Wherever one drives in the beautiful state of Oregon, huge log trucks such as this one can be seen carrying loads of Douglas fir or Ponderosa pine to the lumber and plywood mills.



Oregon Log Truck
Title:
Oregon Log Truck
Oregon (OR), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The production of lumber is one of the oldest industries in Oregon, Washington and Northern California. The first loggers were Indians. Later, when the white settlers came to the area, logging was done with oxen and horses. Today modern equipment is used and timber is harvested like a crop.


Giant Fir Log
Title:
Giant Fir Log
Washington (WA), Chrome PM 1952 Sep-22

Description:
This 13,000 board feet speciman is typical of the giants still found in the virgin forests of Oregon and Washington. A lot of lumber in this one.



Skidding The Logs At Ox-Bow On Connecticut River Holyoke
Title:
Skidding The Logs At Ox-Bow On Connecticut River Holyoke
Holyoke Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Logging Truck
Title:
Logging Truck
California (CA), Chrome PM 1961 Apr-29

Description:
One of the most thrilling sights in the West is these large diesel trucks hauling logs on mountain roads



An Oregon Logging Train
Title:
An Oregon Logging Train
Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-01


Giant FirLogs Ready For The Mill
Title:
Giant FirLogs Ready For The Mill
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1916 Nov-17



Logging Scene
Title:
Logging Scene
Divided Back PM 1914 Dec-13


Logging Train
Title:
Logging Train
Real Photo unused



A Single Oregon Fir
Title:
A Single Oregon Fir
Divided Back unused

Description:
A Single "Oregon Fir" cut in sections for transportation. On the Road of the Thousand Wonders.


Washington Cedar Trees
Title:
Washington Cedar Trees
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 May-27



A Washington Saw Mill
Title:
A Washington Saw Mill
Scenic Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-18


Forest Scenes In The Northwest - Logging Train
Title:
Forest Scenes In The Northwest - Logging Train
Divided Back



Loading Timber,Lumber Scene
Title:
Loading Timber,Lumber Scene
Washington, Divided Back unused


The Train Of Logs,Coos Bay
Title:
The Train Of Logs,Coos Bay
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



A Thirty Two Foot Saw Used In Cutting Giant California Redwood Trees
Title:
A Thirty Two Foot Saw Used In Cutting Giant California Redwood Trees
Divided Back PM 1909


Cradle Of An Ocean-Going Log Raft
Title:
Cradle Of An Ocean-Going Log Raft
Oregon (OR), Divided Back

Description:
THE HEAVY LOGS FROM THE OREGON FOREST, BEING TOO LARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION BY BOAT OR RAIL, IMMENSE RAFTS ARE CONSTRUCTED AS SHOWN IN THIS PICTURE, AND ARE "TOWED" DOWN THE COAST TO CALIFORNIA SAW MILLS.



Floating Logs Willamette River
Title:
Floating Logs Willamette River
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
FLOATING LOGS WILLAMETTE RIVER, OREGON. ON THE ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS.


In The Tomber Belt
Title:
In The Tomber Belt
Santa Cruz California (CA), Divided Back PM 1908



Lumber Scene
Title:
Lumber Scene
Merced California (CA), Divided Back unused


Cutting Wood At Northville, N. Y.
Title:
Cutting Wood At Northville, N. Y.
Northville New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Logging Scene Near Damascus VA
Title:
Logging Scene Near Damascus VA
Damascus Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


A 28 Foot Saw Used For Cuuting Down Big Trees
Title:
A 28 Foot Saw Used For Cuuting Down Big Trees
Big Trees California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907



A Logging Team On A Falled California Giant 26 Feet On Diameter
Title:
A Logging Team On A Falled California Giant 26 Feet On Diameter
Big Trees California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Pacific Lumber Company, Redwood Highway
Title:
Pacific Lumber Company, Redwood Highway
Scotia California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
At Scotia, tourists are welcome to visit one of the world's largest redwood lumber mills, operated by the Pacific Lumber Co., a most interesting stop on the Redwood Highway.



Some Big Timbers Ready For The Saw Mills
Title:
Some Big Timbers Ready For The Saw Mills
Big Trees Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
The conversion of these great trees into lumber, and the industries connected therewith has been one of the principal factors in the upbuilding of the State, and has made Oregon the greatest lumber producing center in the whole world.


Driving Tunnel In Interior Of Mine
Title:
Driving Tunnel In Interior Of Mine
Linen unused



Logging
Title:
Logging
Divided Back unused


Logging Scene
Title:
Logging Scene
Divided Back unused



A Real Log Cabin - Saw Log
Title:
A Real Log Cabin - Saw Log
White Border PM 1928

Description:
Two natives of Washington A bear den and swelling in a Washington saw log. This log was cut four miles from Aberdeen from a spruce log, 100 feet from the butt which was 13 feet thick. It is 40 feet long, 9 feet in diameter at one end of eight feet at the other, cut to show at the St. Louis fair, and is now in Belle lsle Park at Detroit, Mich. there are chairs, settee and table cut in inside of log. When out to St. Louis it housed two black bears and a large cougar. It was made and sent to St. Louis by Thos. Morgan of Aberdeen.


In The Northern Wisconsin Woods
Title:
In The Northern Wisconsin Woods
Scenic Wisconsin (WI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Train Load Of Logs
Title:
Train Load Of Logs
Scenic Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
The lumber industry plays an important part in the resources of the State of Washington, in which all rivals any state in the Union.


An Oregon Big Stick
Title:
An Oregon Big Stick
Scenic Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



A Washington Log Raft
Title:
A Washington Log Raft
Divided Back unused


A Single Oregon Fir
Title:
A Single Oregon Fir
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
A single "Oregon Fir," cut in sections for transportation.



Gaint Spruce
Title:
Gaint Spruce
Linen PM 1958

Description:
Topping Gaint Spruce for 200 foot mast, Tree 265 feet high. Note logger at 200 foot height dropping 65 foot top. On the coasts of Oregon and Washington are forests containing many trees of height, 300 to 400 feet, and of ages up to 500 years.


Logs Ready for the Mill Northern Minnesota
Title:
Logs Ready for the Mill Northern Minnesota
Linen PM 1952





Total: 272 Items